What’s the difference between eating 10g of carbs from a salad and 10g of carbs from bread? A LOT, for type 1 diabetics!
Taming Type 1
When you decide to tame type 1, you might find that even food with NO carbs raises your blood sugar….
Managing your diabetes can seem impossible. But, by following the Law of Small Numbers, you can control your blood sugars and tame your type 1!
Can a carnivore approach help you manage type 1 diabetes? Absolutely! Here are the pros and cons, plus how to get started.
Your basal, AKA your long-acting insulin, is the most important thing to nail down when managing type 1 diabetes. It is the foundation of your insulin regimen, and getting it right is critical. And the best way to test it is with fasting.
What happens to insulin needs as a type 1 when you try eating just once a day? I take the One Meal A Day experiment and explain everything that changed.
If 7% isn’t a normal A1C, how could it be healthy? And if not that, what should your A1C be? What exactly does it mean to have a “healthy” A1C anyway?
Following patterns is essential to obtaining normal blood sugars as a T1D. And, to find those patterns, you need to keep your meals consistent. Here’s why.
When do we say a blood sugar is “low”? What’s the best way to correct it when it is? And what kind of food is ideal for correcting it?
I’ve seen many cases where type 1 diabetics try a low-carb diet, but end up with high blood sugars! Why…