ic ratio seems to be so variable for me from day to day and throughout the day that I don't generally think about it that much now- it's usually around 1:10. The foods I eat which are mostly poultry/fish, cheese, various sauces like tomato sauces, berries, greek yogurt, raw veggies, nuts/seeds, cocoa nibs, stevia, teas, water, wine, and various other foods I don't eat grains or starchy veggies anymore, no cakes etc. the only thing like that I eat so far is a macaroon/coconut from wholefoods that has a tiny amount of sugar in it.. have to have that with a larger bolus usually... but I remember getting very fed up that no matter how much I calculated, weighed & scrutinized things I still went hypo/hyper a lot of the time anyway, so I stopped doing all that. I eat pretty much the same amount of carbs for each meal though and similar distribution of food groups for each meal each day: 9/25/15 for 2-3 meals with one being a snack. I'm having more snacks now. There are times I can get away with larger portions and times I can't. The only thing that seems to stay the same is that if I don't wait 20 minutes to eat I will spike and sometimes if I don't eat on time I will go hypo. So my bolus is more determined by what my bg is at the time, how much I have eaten that day, what time it is, how much I feel like eating, and what my activities/exercise has been. I tried bolusing for protein early on when I was doing 30g per day but went hypo, so I stopped. Now I pretty much eyeball things and add or remove a unit.. the larger the meal- dinner is my largest meal= bigger bolus. If I want to eat a little more= bigger bolus, if it is getting closer to when my basal will start running out, bigger bolus with a meal, if I'm high, bigger bolus to correct, is it am/pm and so on.