Hello people, People say that if you count your carb you can inject insulin after how much carb you eat. I find this rather hard to follow with most food. First of, let me explain my story. With some food i can count carb and inject after how much i eat. But with ALOT other i cant. For example: 1) If i eat 3 slices of whole bread i can usualy count carbs and insert right amount. 2) If i eat Pizza its extremly hard cause of all the fat and the fine wheat. 3)If i eat anything with fine wheat. Hot Dog bread, Pasta or so... i ALWAYS get a rise in BG after 2-12 hours. Lets go with example 3. I eat some Hot Dog with fine wheat. I start with BG at 6 and inject 2.5IE fast acting. After 2 hours my readings are back to 5-7. Im happy. But then it just rises and rises... And if i dont repair i would climb to 20+. The same goes with steak... Especialy Rib Eye steak. Most of the time potatoes makes it easy for me to carb count. But with Rib Eye I cant. If i eat Lasagne and does a carb count and inject THAT amount of insulin, i would go EXTREMLY low... I eat ALOT because i train alot, actualy im an elite sprinter. Lets say i eat 1kg lasagne(with carb count maybe i need 12IE) I then inject 3IE fast acting and have normal readings after 2 hours... But from 2 hours and on i will rise and rise... This seems to me to be the fat and pasta which makes this rise. Its realy hard to know where this rise is going to start. So if i miss with "repairing" i can go low. But note. This isent just with fatty food. This also happends if i eat ALOT of meat... Is there any "easy" way to coop with this? The Extended bolus seems kinda scary. I never know how much insulin i need after the 2 hour, and when... NOTE: Im EXTREMLY insulin sensitive!