You have to subject yourself to rigorous testing, when you get up, before breakfast, before every meal and two hours after every meal and before bedtime to get a handle on the situation. You don't have to do this forever. The cost of supplies may be high for a while. And keep meticulous acounting of the meals. Think about "standard meals", that may differ from one another, but are identical in terms of effect on glucose. The best thing to do is to find a good diabetic nurse specialist to help you out.
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