Was at DAFNE day one today and I'm feeling disheartened already. I was given a carb ratio of 0.5: 20 grams which doesn't fit what I've been eating. They didn't listen to what I'm been doing. So my egg-cheese salad, they calculated I needed 0.5 units of fast-acting, for 20 grams of carbs they calculated from only fast-acting carbs, and my calculation was 6 units from 65 grams of carbs, including all carbs, and half for protein. What's a girl to do? I'm supposed to bring my diary tomorrow. The real diary looks like lunch [3.5 + 2.5 Fiasp] for 6.5 CP's and dinner [2 + 1.5 Fiasp] 3.5 CP's. So I ignored their suggestion because I knew it would send me sky-high, which they said shouldn't be something to worry about, but it's not for me. Am I taking someone's, who is more worthy than me, place on this course? At least I know what a CP is and how to calculate it now. I'm thinking of just giving them the numbers they want to see. I don't get why I'm not fitting into their mould. I'm not insulin resistant. I am really sensitive to carbs and am having a high protein meal. I need to do some research.