I know there are other threads on this topic and I have read a lot of them. I just wonder if there is anything more current than this article from 2007 to help me understand this. Perhaps its still current and valid. http://high-fat-nutrition.blogspot.com/search/label/Physiological%20insulin%20resistance%20%281%29
Im unclear what to do exactly to reverse this, or do I even need to if its not "pathological".
Summary: I am 5-8 pounds over-fat. 10-15 years of labs have all been good/very good for fasting Bg and insulin, until this recent one (the only one when I was low carb/vlc).
My insulin was high at 9.00 on last fasting blood draw. Bg was 98
I have been eating high protein, high healthy fat, low carb or vlc. My current labs showed "pre-diabetes"
I got an at home glucometer. My Bg never goes too high but it doesn't recover either. Its stays around 100-111 after peaking at 123 or so. Oddly too is that every test is higher at 2 hours and even three than at one hour.
Can somebody recommend one or two good resources for this issue. The frustration I'm having is that everything I read about insulin resistance says to "lower carb intake". That is what caused this issue it seems.
Edited to add: My A1C was not tested this time (arggg) although it was not optimal at all a year ago when it was tested and when my Fbg and insulin were way lower. A1C was 5.7 then. Thanks