I know you’ll feel the urge to constantly course correct based on what your recorded numbers are, but try not to. Again, this will be easier the longer you’re doing it.
Soon you’ll have a nice bloc of logs to share back with us for thoughts. Just be sure you’re capturing everything, including condiments, drinks, etc. that can affect The[quote=“yayhowfun, post:80, topic:13227, full:true”]
I had bacon and eggs for breakfast, along with some cucumbers and labne, and coffee with a bit of HWC. Took my BG 30 min after I ate and it’s the exact same as before I ate…(well, almost, I went from 69 to 71)
Before eating: 69
30 min later: 71
60 min later: 76
90-120 min later: 69
What does this mean?
This is an extremely tight bump (if you even want to call it that). You appear to be well under 100 mg/dl throughout, of course, so this meal likely has very, very little impact on your insulin.