Since hubby is diabetic, but controlled (mostly) by strict adherence to low carb eating, I access his meter from time to time. Although my sugar levels tend to bounce quite a bit, they have been sneaking down and down, what with adding more fat and cutting protein.
Last week I was startled to find my levels down below 4 (72). They've since recovered a bit, so has my busted rib, and I think another tater experiment is just around the corner. But you better believe I will watch sugar levels like a hawk. However, for a diagnosed diabetic, your numbers are considered not only acceptable, but good if on no medications right after meals. It was under the 2 hr limit when your sugars reverted to 96. (Not that I accept my doc's reassurance that hubby's numbers are great, either. I've seen them too high - like 7.4 (fasting overnight after taters for last meal) shoot right up into the teens and stay there for too long). I think he is allergic to potatoes (a sad fate for an Irish descendant) and hadn't served only miniscule amounts for years. He won't try moar potatoes when I do.