cooking for a type 1 diabetic

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he ran low last night and continued the trend all day so i pulled out the sweet potatoes! last time the hit like a frieght train and didnt let up til around 3am. hopefully his low trend will be over.

dinner tonight was 15 been soup, a large salad, wheat bread toast and a cup of sweet potatoes amd then 3 oreo cookies for dessert. i ate the same exact thing as he did and im about to pop!

im no expert it this but we do know kids are more hungry somedays than others. it seems like when hes more hungry than usual we get a low trend. all in all things are going well tho. he has put on 7 lbs this week! its so nice to see him so energetic and happy again.
 
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