We are all different - heights, weights, type 1,1.5, 2, ages, interests, ideas about what diet works... So what do you consider to be the best diabetic management YOU can achieve? I'll start: I'm not interested in weight loss (been there, done that, and the t shirt exploded) I'd like an HbA1c of 5.999% because, for me, that is the optimum compromise between health benefits and enjoyable food. A fun, daily dog walk approx 7,000 human steps and 70,000 doggy steps (he has short legs) Helpful support from my GP and DN, rather than misinformation and obfuscation. 70% cocoa solid choc on repeat prescription. Daily foot massages by a Brad Pitt lookalike. What about you?