Recommendations for "go to" books for diabetes management

I have “Think like a pancreas” already but I was wondering whether there are books you frequently refer to to fine tune your diabetes control.

I’m not looking for things like carb counting and recipes, I’m more interested in things like how to fine tune your insulin setup and maximising pump technology.

Sugar surfing is a great book and you can see some of the contents on line.

Author is a doctor, and type 1 for 50+ years.


Adam Brown’s Bright Spots & Landmines contains many proven tactics for managing glucose levels well. The author is a long-term T1D who advocates consuming no more than 30 grams of carbohydrates per meal. He uses the latest diabetes technology and employs data from those devices to illustrate his points. Well worth your time.


The 3 books already listed are used frequently in my diabetes library! I love Adam Browns book! Very easy read and very powerful from a mental side. Diabetes really is more mental than physical.
The only other book I pull out once in awhile is Pumping Insulin by John Walsh ( he also have Using Insulin for those not on pumps).