1 cup of any veggie is typically 10 carbs. also, the thing with protein, if you're eating mostly protein, you do a 50% bolus...7 grams of protein/ounce. let's say you eat 5 ounces of chicken, 5 X 7 = 35 (50%) divide in half = 17.5 you would bolus for as carbs. So, maybe you're not calculating correctly? Also, as I've mentioned...if one doesn't eat enough carbs and just is bolusing for protein, veggies, then yeah, we as type 1's aren't using the analog insulins effectively and you'll go high. Analog insulins are designed to work with carbs. I think maybe you're basal might be off, it can throw off everything, in terms of I:CR. If you read on here, many eat normal food. There's no special 'trick' to it. Some foods effect us all differently but you can make yourself very carb sensitive. You say you eat s/free pudding. That spikes the hell out of me, it's only 6 grams of carbs but it will spike me. I'd say, go try a fiber one bar, low fat, fiber (tastes good) 18 carbs, pre bolus, wait 20 minutes if not low, bolus for the 18 grams of carbs only 90 calories, make sure your basal/bolus is correct and see? It's never ever spiked me. Some of us do better at different times of the day, too. Good luck!