I feel like that rat in a maze sometimes as I try to find my way to foods that don't send the readings up. I had "sugar free", "diabetic friendly" chocolate made with maltilol and I might as well have had real milk chocolate, so I realize more than ever that reading labels and understanding them is very important. Sometimes it's hit and miss. Actually, I'm concentrating more on finding table food that keeps my readings low but I do read every label on any box, can or package. Now that
is a learning experience. One positive outcome of my diet now (besides the normal readings) is that I am not hungry at various times as I was before and I'm still losing weight - of course, the exercise has a lot to do with that too.