Hi Guys - thought I would post to get your thoughts on this one. Ive heard that pork scratchings (one of my most fave treats) is a good nil carb snack for people with diabetes so I thought last night i would have a few periodically after my tea. Results are as follows - before meal BS was 7.5 had 43 carbs consisting of small chicken and mushroom slice, carrots, broccoli and cauliflower and injected my normal dose of insulin - pre bolusing at 30 mins before eating. I would normally rise by about 4 to 6 mmol within the 1st hour and be back at around my pre meal readings at the 2 hour mark which would be normally steady at that may be a little lower at the 4 hr mark. Last night I was a little peckish following my meal so periodically munched out on a little pork scratchings (the puffy type) a few at a time. I kept a close eye on my readings as i use a Freestyle Libre and noted very minimal rise!.. at 1hr post meal my BS had risen steadily to 8.1 mmol (from 7.5) then slowly dropped to 6.9 at 2 hrs then by bed time my BS was 7.7!! - Any thoughts on this?? - could it be the fat content in the scratchings that had delayed the spike even though the amount of scratching eaten was quite minimal? Very happy with the readings but for me this is unheard of. Could this be a marvel of the pork scratchings?? Any thoughts?