Thanks for that website - its one of the best I've seen for telling you how to manage exercise and T1. I can't stand Lucozade but I've been finding I need a high sugar / high fat snack before riding the horses (toffee crisp or peanut tracker bars seem to do it!). I was feeling a bit guilty about this - neither are exactly high on the list of health food options - but after reading that site I understand that the glucose in my blood stream only lasts 30 mins in exercise so I NEED to have more on board if I'm not to collapse. I definitely use it up because I've got a short car journey to work or home afterwards and I'm often having to pop a glucose tablet to hit the magic '5 to drive'. I also still haven't put on the weight I lost last year prior to diagnosis. @NoKindOfSusie - keeping bloods between 5-7 (ish) is definitely the range for normal people, but my consultant says a T1D would struggle with such a narrow range. He's more concerned about me not ending up in hypo range than running with bloods a bit high - seems quite refreshing compared to a lot I read on here. Give yourself a bit of slack and if you're still feeling really, really rough then get your vitamin D and B12 checked as well.