Is it normal to have one I:C ratio for most foods, but a different one for other foods, like say we are having a problem with breads. It seems like our I:C ratio should be different for bread. Is this common and how do you deal with the math? The I:C ratio is programmed into the pump, so when we eat things like bread we have to remember to "add x units on top of that".
We don't eat breads often because they are a problem, but for when we do...should I treat them sort of in the way we treat pizza? (which we've mastered the pizza bolus).