After reading in many posts here that people are serving foods we have been trying to avoid/limit since diagnosis (white pasta/rice, pizza, restaurant food, sweets for Easter/Halloween, etc.), I am wondering how everyone here approaches food and diabetes. Are you changing your eating habits to tame the spikes or are you rather serving whatever the family/kids like and work on figuring out the insulin regimen (combo, dual wave...)? We ate a healthy diet before diagnosis but after diagnosis I have limited sweets even more and especially fat (which has proven to be worse than sugar in regards to numbers). Most of this "food discipline" was because of the Humalog/NPH regimen. As soon as Sophia was put on the pump, our dietician said: "She can eat what she wants now. " I still do not believe that-I had so many sleepless nights after certain dinners. So my basic question (several months into pumping) is: Do you adjust the diet to a certain extend or learn to bolus properly for all foods?