I've read in this book
that most Type 1s (who are not honeymooning or LADA and still producing some insulin of their own) take between 0.5 to 1.0 units of insulin per kilogram of body weight. Those who need less than 0.5 u/kg are either athletes or still producing some of their own insulin (or on very low-carb diets), and those who take more than 1.0 u/kg are insulin resistant.
I know there have been posts here before about how much insulin people take, but I'm curious how many units per kilogram of body weight people take per day. I worked it out (divide total daily dose by weight in kilograms for the answer) and I'm taking about 0.68 units per kg of body weight. Curious where other insulin users (type 1 and 2) who take insulin fall, noting anything unusual such as if you run marathons or are LADA or follow Bernstein, etc.