The total rise from fasting to the highest reading was 61 pts last week, but only 34 pts this week for a difference of 27 pts. Last week's crash afterwards was 78 pts; this week's decline was 47 pts. (certainly not a crash!), for a difference of 31 pts. The differences are almost half from the control to today, which I think is significant.
I responded to the insulin faster after a week of RS than I had without it, with my peak last week coming at 45 minutes postprandial, and this week at 30 minutes postprandial.
I was able to do Morning Time with the kids, which would have been just about impossible last week as I was so sleepy; I could barely keep my eyes open once my bg dipped below 80.
My weight has been up and down all week, with a high of 200 and a low of 196.5. My body fat percentage also varied from a low of 34.4 to a high of 36.2. There doesn't seem to be much rhyme or reason to the weight or body fat variations, as I gained 3.5 lbs in one night and lost 2.5 lbs another - water weight variation is my guess.
My fasting blood sugar levels were also down at the beginning of the week, in the acceptable low-nineties to the great upper- and mid-eighties, but then jumpd to 102 on Sunday (for no reason I can discern).
Also, the Coke tasted worse this week than last. I think I may find it hard to push myself to drink it as the weeks go by.