Greetings all. It’s my first post on this wonderful forum. I stumbled upon the forum while browsing though RH related searches on a random morning I was feeling ******. Knowing there are others who have this condition certainly makes me feel less alone. I’ve been diagnosed with RH via a GTT test. Fasting insulin levels were not high so that was good news. I’ve combed though the forums and implemented most of the strategies provided. Thank you guys. I still get night time hypos on a pretty regular basis (few days a week) that ruins half of the waking day and it’s really frustrating. I’m pretty sensitive to my levels and when I test in the mornings I feel ****** typically levels range from about 3.8-4.2. Periodically I get hypos in the day. The symptoms are mild and easily resolved when I eat but it’s the nighttime episodes that are most difficult. Here’s my diet plan: Breakfast: 2 scoops protein powder (no carbs) 3 tablespoon olive oil 4 whole eggs Lunch: Meat or seafood Greens Snack: Avocado Berries Nuts Dinner: Similar to lunch Before bed: 2 scoops protein powder 3 tablespoon olive oil On the 3 days that I weight train I have 4 scoops of oats before and after training. I have to incorporate that since I find that it’s really difficult to maintain muscle mass doing full keto (I’m in the fitness industry so have to look a certain way). Supplements: Fish oil Vitamin D Magnesium Berberine (any good reviews on this?) One thing I haven’t tried is intermittent fasting. I need to maintain my caloric intake and find it hard to stuff everything in 8 hours. Hoping some kind souls here can help look though my plan and see if anything is missing? The biggest question is how to prevent night time hypo. Thanks a lot you guys are awesome!