Hi all, I'm a long-term ADF faster, having started in 2011, but dropped off for some time because of an minor issue (I had been looking for a job, and the fasting had caused my neck to become very wrinkly, making me look much older than my age - and I assumed that was a factor in my rejections). That's when my BG rose from pre-diabetic to diabetic levels, diagnosed 11 months ago. I have lost 17 kilos since Oct last year, and while I haven't got an HBA1C test done recently, my 5-times-a-day finger-prick tests indicate I'm firmly at least in the low prediabetic range now. Since Oct, I have been sticking to 4 feeding times per week - all within a 5-hour window in the evenings. I've still got about 3 kilos to lose to reach my target weight, which should give me a buffer in case my weight begins to rise (during Xmas and New Year, for example). However, further weight loss has become frustratingly slow. I'm losing less than a kilo per month now, despite being a regular runner averaging 30 mins a day. Weekly calorie intake does not exceed 12K at this time. For a 6-foot male of 55, this seems an adequate caloric restriction. Currently, I weigh 70 kilos on my lowest day, and am aiming for 67 in 2 months. My diet is usually a mix of the following: - 500g of frozen spinach, microwaved (this is the base of my diet). - Hard cheeses (around 25-40g). - Oily fish (salmon, mackerel, sardines - equivalent of 95g can). - Chicken breast (250g) - Modest amounts of Dhal-type soups (chickpeas, kidney beans, lentils) cooked in extra virgin olive oil. - 600ml milk* (I know this is high carb, and am considering replacing this entirely with hard cheeses, which are low carb). - 100g mixed nuts - 1 slice of bread (not always)* (Will probably eliminate this). - 2 standard drinks of red wine on Friday evenings The morning after fasting day, my BG hovers around 4.4 to 4.8. On feeding evenings, my BG after 2 hours of the end of the feeding session (postprandial) is around 5.8-6.0 - this, of course, is in the good range. However, the morning after feeding evening, it rises close to 7, before starting to decline over the rest of the day. What could be causing my postprandial BG to be in the good range, but the morning after reading to be significantly higher? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.