I have been very lucky. I have been able to lose a lot of weight (nearly 6 stone) and my blood glucose at my last hbalc was 39. I am now in the middle of my healthy weight range. I am still diabetic, not in remission or reversal but I can live with that. I feel so much better and I am eternally grateful to everyone on this forum. But. I still have quite a round tummy. My arms and legs are getting thinner but the tummy remains!! I have lost inches around there, but nowhere near as many inches as off my bottom!! So, my question. Do you think I should continue on my lower cal lchf diet? Or up my calories and just accept that I have a very round tummy? I am wondering if I still have quite a bit of liver fat, and so should continue to lose weight, but dont really want to be a bag of bones either. I am happy enough on the amount of cals etc I am eating, but must admit as it gets closer to Christmas I am dreaming about nuts and cheese. But, on the other hand I would be more than willing to continue if there is still a chance I could manage a remission. My family want me to stop. I had said that once I reached my target weight, which I am fairly sure I will this week, that I will start to up my calories. I think that they think that I will go back to.eating carbs, even after 6 months of me not eating more than 50 grms a day. I would be grateful to hear what any of you would do, or have done. I would love to be one of those for whom significant weight loss has resulted in remission, but can live with just being healthier. Just feeling a bit dithery at the moment. Thanks all.