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Re: [IP] Morning bg rise - not dawn effect

Michael wrote:
> In any event, profiling with both a high and low carb breakfast will
> allow you to isolate the bg rise effect and calculate an appropriate
> "morning bolus" to compensate for it. Then you can eat whatever you
> want. 

I've found a slightly different effect (I think). If I get up at my
usual time and eat breakfast, I do fine, but if I sleep in, my BG rises.
BUT if I lengthen the time of the higher basal to compensate for
possible sleeping in, I will have a hypo before lunch even if I eat and
bolus properly for breakfast. 

I'm not sure that made sense!

But at any rate, I'm not sure what, if anything, I should do about it. 

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