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Re: [IP] Counting "Net" Carbs

In the class on carb counting that I took a while ago at my doctor's 
office, the CDE said that if your serving of food contained more than 5 
grams of fiber, subtract the fiber from the carbs and bolus for what's 
left.  I usually don't bother with it, because my BGs are usually higher 
than I want them to be.

Most smart pumps reduce insulin if you tell it that your BG is low. The 
t-slim does when the user enters a value less than 70.

Denise Br.
On 1/7/2014 12:19 PM, Steven Schoch wrote:
> When I eat a breakfast of cereal like corn flakes that doesn't have as much
> fiber, I don't seem to get low. This is causing me to question the carb
> counting advice of not adjusting for fiber content.
> Do any of you have the same issue? Do you have to adjust your carb count or
> your dose when you eat high-fiber?
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