Paul, add my congratulations to Stavia's. You've made tremendous progress, my friend. Your drop in weight, insulin, homocysteine, BG and TGs is amazing!!! I'm over-the-moon proud.
You must feel loads better.
As you wisely pointed out, you need to continue working on reducing homocysteine. I know you're hesitant to supplement, but this may be a case where smart supplementation to aid your methylation, may be worth considering.
Your fasting insulin is still high, although much improved. That's odd, given your good glucose/A1c markers. That may be something to track down. I'd love to get feedback from others on this.
Your TG/HDL ratio is also a little concerning. Lots of peer reviewed data correlates a high ratio with a greater risk and extent of coronary artery disease. Bumping up your HDL (not genetically impossible for you) and further dropping your TGs would greatly reduce your risk.
Our old friend Spunkypup would be proud. I'm attaching a link below from Dr. Barry Sears (for the 2nd time in as many days) on the importance/relevance of minding your TG/HDL ratio: http://www.cbn.com/health/naturalhealth ... ttack.aspx
Here's another link that discusses TG/HDL ratio and breaks it down into nmol/L: http://www.docsopinion.com/2014/07/17/t ... hdl-ratio/
Keep up the amazing work, my friend. You have made awesome strides.