Post # 1
I have noticed as the wedding approaches there have been more food related activities. Not just the cake tasting/menu tasting for the wedding, but bridal showers, dinners with helpers to talk about their role in the wedding, wine tasting to select the wine for the wedding, etc. Anyone else just about ready to chuck their glucometer out a window trying to keep up with all these foodie events?
Post # 3
awww! I hope you were able to have a blast during your wedding and diabetes didn’t get in the way, 🙂
The mother of a super sweet 4year old t1d.
Post # 4
Mine is diet controlled so I am able to splurge and watch what my intake is the rest of the day or the next few days. Drink lots of water!!!
Post # 5
My Future Sister-In-Law is diabetic (Type 1) and this luckily hasn’t been a problem. She carries around a little book that helps her determine how many carbs is in what she will be eating and gives the appropriate amount of insulin. Perhaps you could ask ahead of time what food will be available at these events so you can plan out in advance what you can eat?
Post # 6
@ElissaBee: Hope things are still enjoyable! My mother is a type 1 diabetic, so she has to hold back a bit during the foodie activities and we are modifying the menu to accomodate her dietary needs.