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Almost one year after diagnosis of LADA still honeymooning and have some strange observations with respect to some food and envir. factors.
1) apple tea, apparently loaded with carbs (20 carbs in one dose I take) lowers my BG to the point to have lows shortly after ????. The same thing with wallnuts, I could eat enormous amount of carbs from them with no changes in BG (with 1 h, 2h and 3 h measurements). Had I taken the same amount of carbs from rice or potato I would be high 2 h after (14 or so).
2) cheese when snacked at night gives me highs in the morning ( normally don’t have them) ?????
3) Whenever on vacation or even a business trip (away from home in Canada) the insulin requirements go down even though the same amount of carbs I eat and same if not less exercise I get. I even stopped taking insulin for three days in Turkey and BG was always in low to normal range (4-6). I start to think something in my home or office is making me sick ( a lot of people at work have autoimmune diseases). My alternative hypothesis is that heat (all my travel is to warmer places) is doing good to my honeymooning pancreas.
Anyone else with these observations?