Fasting: 98 ng/dl
I don't know if anyone is out there any longer, but I've managed to keep off 65 pounds (more or less) for 7 years now, but diabetes got diagnosed in 2013 and I was pretty angry for months! At any rate, starting Feb 1, I'm logging sodium and blood sugar and weight. My all-time highest weight was 348, and that was the breaking point for me. I started logging in July 2009 when I blew a gasket over a fellow author getting a gastric bypass surgery - to manage her diabetes. She started at about 380, and last I knew, she got down to 235 and even though she claimed (in 2013) that she was satisfied with having lost 145 pounds, I think there was a regret about what she went through. Considering that I found out my hidden illness and lost 65 pounds and need to lose 39 more (current estimate), I feel like I followed a better path - without (friggin) surgery.
By the ironies of having CAH, the five-factors body fat measurement says my body is 28% fat with a lean muscle mass of 201 pounds. Which is why I wear size 18-20 tops and size 22 bottoms, which is a typical women's size range for a woman of 170 to 180 pounds. So the fat comes to 78 pounds worth and I can do something about that because I can live with 14% fat, which is half of what I carry now. 14% is the "athletic" measurement, and essential fat for women is 12%. So - goal of 240.
If I am successful in effectively reducing my diabetes then I may end up with a prize from my employer's P3 (Personal Progression Plan) of $5,000. I'd rather be doing a P3 on getting my long-delayed novel into print but that's a story for another day.