Hello, I'm fairly new to these forums but was diagnosed with pre-diabetes some years ago. I've been inspired by the advice here and have recently adjusted my diet towards lower carbs. So far I haven't seen any reduction in my HBA1c level, but this may be because I need to take the carbs even lower, or do it for longer. (My BMI is normal and always has been. I've lost a couple of stone since the diagnosis but after an initial reduction in my HBA1c to 41, it is now back up again to 44.) I'm keen to do more exercise, and wonder if there is any advice about whether exercise pre or post-meals is more beneficial for glucose levels? I am assuming that all exercise is good, but wonder if I can target better the effort I am putting in. I am also wondering if certain types of exercise are more useful than others. I do some brisk walking 5 times a week 9 (to and from work) and go running a couple of times a week. I've heard good things about resistance training and wondering if I should be doing some of that. Any advice on how others have used exercise to improve glucose levels would be very welcome - thank you!