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Blood Glucose and Food diary!

Discussion in 'Type 1 Diabetes' started by ohitsnicola, Mar 5, 2014.

  1. ohitsnicola

    ohitsnicola Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    A few weeks ago I was told by a few guys to post my BG readings on here along with everything I am eating etc. So yeah....

    9:08 6.8mmol/L And for breakfast I had instant porridge in the pot (strawberries and cream) along with forest fruits go ahead bars. And I gave myself 13.4 units of insulin.

    Lunchtime:
    12:22pm: 9.7mmol/L I know some of you will say that that is too high but to me that is good, as in the past before the pump my lunchtime readings used to be anything over 15! For lunch today I had Chicken breast with Broccoli and Carrots! And my Go ahead bars again! And gave myself 4.7 units.

    I don't usually have chicken and vegetables for lunch aka low carb/carb free, so I will have to see what happens! And hope for the best that I am on the right path to losing weight!
     
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