Like "Don't forget WATER, you guys. I began my RN refresher course in January this year and started my few hours of clinical 3 weeks ago and noticed that even though I was eating my meals on time (I bring them in a small soft cooler to work), I was feeling weird...I very soon realized, I had a glass of water/fluids on hand at home, but at work we hit the ground running and don't stop and had to add to put back a bottle of water in the station to suck up during the day! If not, I became dehydrated no matter what I ate and my sugar elevates! Don't forget to drink good fluids through out your day!!!along with small meals. I find peanut butter on 1 piece of high fiber "whole grain" bread. "multi' grain breads are not all the same...High fiber/low sugar/lo carb/whole grain....Also, I like fresh veggies like celery, half pear or apple, small baby carrots, are great with lo fat ranch dressing...or a piece of cheese: 1 oz. Or a Low carb tortilla (mission: that also has high fiber) with 1/4 cup black or pinto beans with jalapeno's and little shredded cheese in microwave to melt is delicious. Dry tuna with lettuce/tomatoes, red bell pepper, 1/4 avocado with tablespoon of Olive oil and dash of red wine vinegar or aged basalmic vinegar on half of a toasted 100 cal English muffin open face for lunch. Turkey sandwich open faced on 1 slice Pepperidge Farm "whole grain" Oatmeal bread with lettuce and low fat mayo...Or a La Tortilla tortilla smeared with 1/4 avocado with a piece of roasted chicken or turkey or grilled veggies such as squash, onions, red bell peppers, lettuce...Hope these help! Keeps my sugar lo. I always half my apple or pear with an oz of cheese...and then my exercise continues to be the pool at the community center so I don't kill my joints. Or bounce on an exercise ball at home in front of the tv....My best to you..."