Based on my recent breakthrough with physical activity upping my insulin sensitivity so much... I tried something after dinner tonight. After I eating, I was watching my sensor and saw that my glucose was already to 140 mg/dl, 30 minutes post meal. Considering that I took my meal bolus about 20 minutes before dinner and I don't eat fast acting carbohydrate, it seemed like I was headed in the wrong direction. I decided that I'd get on the elliptical after dinner and go for 20 minutes, to see if I could correct the rise. It worked. I went from 140 to 89 within 40 minutes, with a meal in the works.
Now I just need to see if I can get an elliptical in the office at work. Not really, my trickiest readings all day are after dinner and into the night. Digesting dinner just seems to be a wild card.
This is good information. If my insulin worked faster I'd be fine, but it seems like it's always really slow. I'm almost never afraid it will work too quickly. This exercise deal is speeding it up for me. I'm all about it.