Hi all, I have been reading here on and off for a while, but only posted a couple of times before. Now I have a question regarding my latest blood test results. I was diagnosed T2 in July 2018. I am a 65 year old female. Since then I have changed diet, cutting out all "white" carbs, eating much more fresh veges, fish etc. I have never had a 'sweet tooth' so not eating sugars was pretty easy. I also try to fast a couple of times a week when I can. I have managed to lose about 9 kilos - down from 107k to 98k. Initial Hba1c was 69, three months ago was down to 47, and results from last week were 37. I am wrapped about that! However, on latest test, my lipids have all gone in the other direction! Total chol is up, LDL is up significantly, HDL has also gone up a bit, triglycerides have gone from 2.6 up to 4.0 and ratio is also up. I am still quite new to all this - but I'm really puzzled about how I could be eating better, losing weight, lowering blood sugars, yet still getting worse cholesterol results. My only idea at the moment is maybe not eating enough fibre? Would be grateful for any ideas/thoughts. Thanks! Also Happy New Year everyone! Jpen.