A Facebook group I belong to had a post where a friend had taken a huge overdose of Humalog by mistake. "She took...and I quote " took 28+12 of humolog by accident when I was only suppose to take 12 of HL and 28 of Lantus cause I'm on sliding scale"" So in other words, she took 40 units of fast acting when she was supposed to take 12. She was trying to follow the 15/15 rule but was becoming light headed and disoriented. People were telling her juice and glucagon and call 911, but one person insisted that eating pizza was the correct way to go. She claims a dietitian and a diabetic nurse who has a type 1 son gave her that advice when her son took too much insulin. What do you all think? Would you give quick acting carbs, glucagon, or a high fat food like pizza? She claimed the pizza was meant to release a lot of carbs over a long period and there was no need for fast acting carbs.