...................... so heres my plea - please think of yourself as a wonderful wife, mother, student, daughter, grand daughter, cousin etc.........your body is the most amazing vessel, and it sounds like you have done some damage, as alot of us have - but please i think that you can afford a wee bit of "love thyself"
"never let the truth get in the way of a good story "
And you are never butting in
I trust what Mark says, and from this article :
To sum up, I don’t think you need to worry about insulin resistance as long as you’re still losing weight – which you appear to be doing – since weight loss exerts a powerful effect on insulin sensitivity. However, once you’re lean, or have stalled without changing anything, moving back toward the 100-150 Primal carb gram range will keep your insulin receptors “honest” without causing weight gain (and it may even jumpstart weight loss again). Lifting heavy things, sprinting every once in awhile (in a manner suitable for your physical limitations), and doing lots of slow moving will also keep you insulin-sensitive, particularly after the physical activity.
Read more: Does Eating a Low Carb Diet Cause Insulin Resistance? | Mark's Daily Apple
I AM losing weight, and yes I am impatient, I thought 4 kg enough wasn't enough in a month, but shit, I really can't complain about it. On the 1/3 I am sure I will have lost more, and I will see when I get there.
I really don't think I have any thing to worry about just yet, , and now I do feel better about it all.
I am doing what is right for me.
My fasting BGL from that day was 7.7, so yes higher, but similar to the guy from the article. The avg prob shows more than just from one day.
The Dr could not explain it but still wanted to call it diabetes, I did not know about physiological insulin resistance at that point.
Mine is 5.2 % Well within the normal range.
As was my cholesterol and the LDL/HDL ratios etc, which often is abnormal with diabetes.
That 4 kg was from going LCHF, and I did track a bit in the beginning to see what I was eating numbers wise. I am def eating less now than what I was back then, but instead of BP coffee I had a meal the last 2 mornings which made me hungry to actually want some lunch, so maybe this will help, we shall see though
It is said that in the 15th century, a Japanese shogun had an expensive pottery tea vessel sent to china for repair. When it was returned, it had only been held together with staples. Angered, he set out to find another way. By mixing gold dust with resin, the breaks were both repaired and beautiful.
Remember, broken things aren't useless, and needn't stay broken forever. And sometimes, once repaired, are even more beautiful than the original.