Diabetes in children and youth. Put your carb counting knowledge into practice! Try to answer to the following questions based on common scenarios.
Diabetes in children and youth. Carbohydrate (“carb”) counting is a way of meal planning to help manage your blood glucose.
Diabetes in children and youth. You can have a hauntingly good Halloween! With a little imagination and planning, special treats can be worked into a meal plan while keeping blood glucose in target.
Diabetes in children and youth. Using an Insulin-to-Carb Ratio (ICR) to dose the amount of rapid-acting insulin you take with meals and snacks gives you more flexibility to eat according to your appetite. Examples of rapid acting insulin include Humalog®, NovoRapid® and Apidra®.
Formerly titled "Healthy 15-30 g Carbohydrate Snack Ideas". Diabetes in children and youth. Here are some healthy 15-30g carb and low-carb (less than 5g carb) snack ideas.
Formerly titled "Low Carbohydrate Snacks for Children with Diabetes". Diabetes in children and youth resource. Use these tips to enjoy special occasions while keeping blood glucose in your target range.