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Re: [IP] "Invisible" Humalog and Breakfast Cereals



 I think the problem is the glycemic index of the cereal you are eating.
Cheerios may seem like an "innocent" cereal, but it has a high glycemic
index.  Life's is probably high, as well.
Mario

> but if I
> eat a bowl of cherrios or life cereal, etc I can bolus even a 5g/u for
> the
> cereal, even wait 15-30minutes before I eat and my post prandial of my
> cereal
> breakfast is 280-300.  Yuch!  And I love cereal.  I've tried square
> wave, dual
> wave and still.....why?  And you would think that eventually that
> humalog
> would kick in, but I never go low after eating cereal hours later.....
> anyone
> else experience this?  Any tips?
> Lisa
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