I'm sure there have been several. Fool around with your search phrases. Maybe start with general Travel. Plus, as a T2, you will be able to glean a lot of adaptable insight from T1s.
You just need to plan for a lot of energy-giving high protein, low-carb food to pack. Careful of most granolas or standard trail mixes. And most Dried fruits are too high carb---something about how they are dried/preserved. I used to take well-preserved meats like salamis/pepperonis. Low-carb veggies for snacking. A big stash of my 3 or 4 carb pitas made with flax. And crackers like Flackers, which I like but many don't. String cheese will probably survive Armageddon---it lasts a long time and adds little weight. A flask of high proof rum or bourbon for around your campfire at bedtime---less weight since only a sip will do fine.
There are a lot of variables. I am not insulin-dependent yet, controlling with diet and exercise. Altitude makes a big difference. On Mt Hood, things would get uncomfortable the higher we went.
How long you are out and what meds influence a lot...Etc....Good luck. With a little common sense and research, I am sure you will figure it out. It is always worth the effort to be hiking the beautiful wilderness areas of any country!.....Judith in Portland...