With all of that said as background, I recently found myself in the mood for a good brew.
Not able to decide between those two wondrous beverage options, I made a decision to purchase both brands that come in 4 one-pint cans.
|See the confusion there?|
In total, the carb count comes out to 12.3g, or 1.2 units of insulin. It's not difficult in the grand scheme of D-Math, but seriously, Guinness. Why The Fructose don’t you put the ACTUAL amount of beer in that can on there, rather than listing some other amount and making me figure it out???? Must you complicate the simple pleasures of beer drinking? I'm not sure how it works in Ireland and I certainly get that most beer-drinkers aren't in the habit of basing their beverage choices on the nutrional information, but some of us just don't have a choice in the matter. Please, help a beer lover out.
|Mmmm. So, bolus-worthy beer!|
Aside from the D-Math and Beer Math Calculations, I remain convinced that both my Boddingtons and Guinness were and are both totally bolus-worthy.
Whatever the case, I hope you do what's best and most enjoyable in your world. And that, if beer is the choice, that it's not so tough to figure out the boluses as I've found with the above-mentioned beloved beer.
Cheers and Happy Weekend, whether it’s beer-filled or alcohol free!