It might very well be so not my business to comment here - but I am very puzzled by how type I is managed. It seems that the concept is to eat 'normal' amounts of carbs and try to imitate a 'normal' response to it by injections of insulin at what is hoped are the right times. It doesn't seem logical - I am raising one eyebrow here. Is there some reason not to eat a mainly protein and fat diet - like the esquimo people did - those processes are not impaired by diabetes. I ate low carb for decades before being diagnosed, and lived very easily and well. I am back on it now, with plummeting BG levels. Why not have a breakfast with minimal carbs?