Refrigerator. If you open your fridge, what is the first thing you would eat? And why would you pick that meal? How many carbs does it have?
I eat on the go a lot. My work schedule is sometimes a little hectic. When I do get to eat at home, my fridge contains fruit, yogurt, diet coke, beer, and condiments.
When I started to write this post, I asked J what do I eat that is in the fridge?
He said, "Like when you have to eat?"
That topic threw me off guard a little. So many times we snack because we are low. Very low. For emergencies, my fridge contains several types of juices. This is my first go-to low snack. In the middle of the night the bad lows make it hard to swallow glucose tabs. Juice is ALWAYS in my fridge.
I also think it is funny that my fridge is also full of so many other diabetes supplies...
I have novolog vials, at least four.
Symlin, from the days I gave that a try.
Back-up novolog pen.
Back-up lantus pen.
Boxes of medtronic sensors left over from before I had the dexcom.