What fine observations and a great record. Read the posts of "can do" for a similar record on this site.
Thanks for the feedback! I'll look at the posts, thanks!
For me Diet is the BIG clue. Certainly the insulin resistance diet would be an excellent starting point. The results you have are elegant testimony to that approach.
A diet with too many calories, especially carbohydrates, is linked to many diseases. The problem is that these diseases are usually slow in coming, so you don't notice how very sick you are until you get shocked at the doctor's office.
What interests me is how interlocking the results of an excellent diet are. Whether it be insulin resistance, depleted adrenals, thyroid issues, stressed kidneys or liver etc, in the longer term dietary excellence will do more for the long term rehabilitation of these organs, and a good deal more, than anything else. Very often the results are "whole body" which is what is so rewarding about these changes.
You too! I love your type of feedback. I have found a lot of resistance to my suggestions of a small meal, low calories, high fiber, frequent eating diet. A lot of people, including myself, no matter how sick they were, refuse or cannot cut back on their eating. Even after I had chronically high blood pressure for years and Heart Failure for decades, I still refused to go on a heathier diet. I drank a lot of beer, ate pizza and subs and chicken wings and potato chips, etc., until my feet, ankles and legs swelled up like ballons and I had major problems with my breathing, weakness, fatigue and chest pains. It was only at that point that I resigned myself to the fact I had to eat more sanely. It took a long time accepting the new diet, but I had no choice!
Thanks for taking the time to reply to my post! Take care..... be well!