First post here. T1 Diabetic for nearly 10 years now. 21 years old, male, and pretty lean. Ive lost 18 pounds in the last two months as a result of a low carb, high protein diet and am down to 175 pounds now at 5’11”. As I’ve been on this journey for two months now, I have started to notice my blood sugar creeping up after my high protein meals and have since learned that protein can cause this, which I didnt know before. I am taking much, much less insulin now (around 30-35 total units a day, bolus and basal combined) and feel incredible. My A1C has dropped to right at 7% (this was taken 2 weeks into my starting of low carb, so it has undoubtedly gotten lower since) however some of the things Im reading online are making me worry that this new lifestyle (I hesitate to call it a diet) is going to cause me to become completely insulin insensitive eventually. Basically, my overarching question here is whether a low carb high protein diet is sustainable for someone like me. Is the answer here to continue to do right by my body and just increase my basal/bolus rates a bit? Im afraid that will be a never ending proposition, and I will end up not reacting to insulin in the future. This may seem absurd to some and I apologize if I am coming across as ignorant as I have been researching this for hours, but there is so much misinformation out there that I wanted to get first hand accounts/advice. I cant imagine going back to what I was doing before in eating whatever I want and not caring about my BS like the kid I was, however all of a sudden I feel as if Ive hit a big road block in living the life I thought was correct for me. Any advice/help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!