Are you experiencing unexplained low or high blood sugar readings? Do you know about basal testing? Here's information - including free downloads for both pumps and MDI - that explains how to do basal testing and how to interpret the results.
A personal story about how after 6 months using Tresiba, my impressions of it and what it was doing to my health changed dramatically. Read here to learn about the symptoms I experienced, how I tested if it was Tresiba or other factor, and what I'm doing now.
There are many factors that influence blood glucose spikes. Here we look at a few of those factors and how they can often work together to create unexpectedly hight blood glucose levels.
This is not just about low carb eating. Diabetes management includes insulin dosage and timing, along with a whole group of other factors. Here we discuss a few of Dr. Bernstein's recommendations for insulin therapy, and how these can be translated to use with rapid-acting insulin.
The primary Diabetes management concept Dr. Bernstein recommends to achieve normal blood glucose numbers is "The Law of Small Numbers." Dr. B explains it like this:
"Big inputs make big mistakes; small inputs make small mistakes.” Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution (p. 108)
So, what does this mean for your everyday eating plan and blood glucose control? What should you do?