Hey gang - New to the forum and to diabetes, so I'm here for advice from the "pros." =D My question today is: Does anyone have a recommendation for a good book with diet information and/or recipes specifically for Type 1 diabetics? Or even just a mainstream "diet" that is good for type 1's? All of the books I've found so far lump type 1 and type 2 together (which really bugs me) and then focus mainly on how to eat if you're type 2. We strongly prefer a natural approach to eating. For us, allowing our son to have a very small quantity of foods that are sweetened naturally (with sugar, agave, etc.) is preferable to letting him eat lots of low-carb "diet" foods and drinks that are sweetened with chemicals. So a book that relies a lot on chemical sweeteners and other artificial ingredients wouldn't be right for us. My 12 yo son was just diagnosed a month ago and we're still in the learning stages of this grand adventure, so any recommendations will be very welcome! =) Thanks!