I’ve started to have Greek yogurt with breakfast ( plus turkey bacon and egg whites) and it has completely destroyed my blood sugar numbers. 1 single serve container of vanilla Greek yogurt has 18 carbs. So that translates to 1.8 units of insulin. My blood sugar spikes from 120 to 184 (with arrow pointing up). After having this disease for 40 years, I thought I knew how to dose my insulin, but I guess not.
There are also 13 grams of sugar in that container of yogurt but I have never bolused for sugars in addition to carbs. Should I? Is that the problem, am I supposed to be adding sugars to the carbs? 13 + 18 = 31, 3.1 units of insulin for a single container of yogurt? That can’t be right.