@Thas, that is great! A 100% in range on an exercise day is especially impressive. Can’t say I’ve ever been able to do that!
My last two weeks have been great eating low-carb (<50 grams total per day) and using Fiasp. I’ve had an average of 6.6 mmol/L (119 mg/dl), standard deviation of 2.2 mmol/L (40 mg/dl), and time in range of 71%. The time in range, in particular, has improved a lot for me. I’ve recently set my Dexcom alerts to be 0.5 mmol/L away from my true range, so that I get 0.5 mmol/L warning before going high or low and can correct it, and I think that’s mostly what accounts for the increased time in range. Before, even eating low-carb, I was stuck with 50-65% in range no matter what I did. My one-month values are only slightly worse than my two-week values (and the average is the same) which is very exciting!
My highest and lowest BG during the past month still tops out my Dexcom limits—22.3 mmol/L (400 mg/dl) and 2.2 mmol/L (40 mg/dl), so my next goal will be to try to eliminate those extremes as much as possible. They are mostly caused by me deciding to “cheat” and eat carbs (though I’ve discovered that if I want to do that, I can do so relatively successfully by doubling my bolus and basal rates) and from me deciding to ignore the low alert, which I should have learned by now means I just stay low for hours and hours (my body seems to have no counterregulartory response at all).