I agree, the menu looks great.
I also second Meme's suggestion to purchase blood glucose meter. Keep a log of readings, so you can see patterns.
The syndrome she referred to is the dawn phenomenon. It is a left over from our caveman days- the liver dumps stored glucose into blood stream during early morning hours to provide you energy to go hunt for meal. Otherwise, you might just keep snoozing. This is a common problem for people with diabetes.
I use significantally more insulin between 5-9 am than any other time of day, even though I don't eat until 11-noon.
When I asked if lab was same. I mean the physical lab itself (the office that drew the sample). Each varies slightly for what the cut offs are, and vary in how readings are measured. So if you went to different offices, you aren't truly comparing apples to apples.
Final point- ketone strips won't tell you much for this purpose. Being in dietary ketosis does not necessarily mean your blood sugar is healthy. Also, you can have great blood sugars and not be in ketosis.
Again, keep in mind- you are doing all the right things. Keep doing them! You still aren't diabetic
If your blood sugar continues to rise, this is actually what you need to keep doing in addition to using whatever treatment your Dr selects. But either way, going back to old diet will DEFINITELY lead to diabetes in your case (you must be very insulin resistant to have he,ogle in reading that high on a ketogenic diet). So just stay on course, and hopefully you will see those blood sugars come down!
Do you exercise? Even just walking can make a huge difference.