Okay here’s the deal, two months ago I was diagnosed with T2D, (HgA1c 6.6%) following a heart attack (stent fitted, pump working well). I was prescribed Empagliflozin. My objective following this diagnosis was to get my diabetes under control by rapid weight loss, no carbs, and reducing my blood sugar with a view to reversing T2D. I feel that I am well on the way, I have lost 12kg (BMI 23.8) and blood glucose in the normal range, see attached graph. It will be a couple of months still before I am normal again, but then what? I want to stop taking Empagliflozin, drink beer and eat bread again. And yes I know I cannot go back to living the way I did before my diagnosis, and should adhere to the rule all things in moderation, but does anybody have any real world experience of coming out of the other side and being normal again? I would love to hear from anybody that has made this journey.