I have been low carbing for nearly six months now with great results. I have lost 15 lbs and have another 15lbs towards my ideal weight. I have been religiously tracking my BS levels for purposes of understanding how my SAD (Standard American Diet) change to a low carb diet affects my BS levels. I am non-diebetic. The past three years have been stressful enough to generate an increase in weight gain not seen before in my body. I am glad I changed over to a low carb diet before things get worse. When I eat low carb, my BS is where it should be. I understand through research and this blog board that eating low carb can elevate fasting BS levels. Mine are typically at 92 and below; usually hovering at 90. I eat only once a day. In rare instances I may eat lunch, but rarely. I never eat breakfast. The thought of eating in the morning is repulsing to my body. I find that when I do indulge in non carb eating, that my system takes a long time to clear out the sugars. My guess is because I have been low carbing for a while and my system has adapted to this way of eating. I used to be an eater where I would sit down and eat a half a large pizza and wash it down with a cola. Not good. I had no idea the massive amount of sugar and insulin being dumped into my system. Now, for example, I have tried eating a large bowl of lentil soup with two small wedges of watermelon and five strawberries. My BS stayed at 130 for nearly three hours. Seven hours later in the morning, my BS was 102. When I low carb my BS never goes above 120 and unless I eat a large portion, goes down to a level it should be. E.g. 1hr test @ 98; 2hr @ 115; 3hr @ 107. I am a little worried about this BS not clearing out as fast. My exercising does impact the BS levels, but due to my busy schedule I typically get home late, have enough time to make something to eat and then it is off to bed. Has anyone experienced this or have any insight to these issues?