I usually trust my health care providers, but I'm questioning what I heard from our dietitian the other day. I've noticed that our son has much better numbers throughout the day if we feed him a very low carb breakfast (eggs and sausages for example). The lack of breakfast spike keeps us from "chasing the numbers" the rest of the day. Anyway, our dietitian didn't think it was a good idea. She claimed that he needs carbs with every meal and that he can go into starvation ketosis otherwise. I'm extremely skeptical towards that. If I remember correctly, the liver has enough glycogen to last at least 24 hours. And even if he dips into ketosis for a brief time, that's not dangerous condition, but just a different metabolic pathway. Am I correct? It sounds to me like she's going by outdated information, but what do I know? I'm a computer programmer and not a dietitian or doctor... Opinions? Comments?