I need a bit of guidance. I've been trying to lose weight for years, and always get to a certain point. That certain point since I've been on basal and bolus insulin is a very high point. Last year I had a meltdown, stopped using insulin and stopped caring. I gained weight at first (because I was eating all the chocolate), but then obviously, started maintaining because I had crazy blood sugar. Had five months of CBT/psychotherapy, and in the initial period between feeling better and doing lots of exercise, but not yet back on insulin, I lost a couple of stone. Then, as part of the whole therapeutic process, I started taking control of my diabetes. I've been back on the full regime for three months, with really good blood sugars, and weight loss has stalled completely. I'm doing low carb, intermittent fasting, and keeping active by walking lots. I think my insulin usage is fairly high due to being very insulin resistant. But, when I've attempted basal testing, I've had to abandon due to always having to correct the dawn high that I get. So I'm going to try to persevere with it this week. I'm currently on Toujeo and Novorapid. I struggle with metformin, so haven't been taking that, but going to try and get back on it to see if that helps with the dawn highs. Fitness-wise, in my adult life, I've never been as fit as I am right now - so I'm going to push that a bit more and go to the gym a couple of times a week. Those who have managed to lose weight whilst on insulin... is there something that I'm missing from my regime? What is the secret?! Are there any tips?