I was once told on this forum that my husband might be carb sensitive. At the time, I shrugged off that possibility, but after an episode over Thanksgiving, I think I need to re-examine it. First of all, since this is a health-related question, I'll say that I do intend to send my husband to the doctor, but it's going to wait until he has a job and insurance. So I'm just feeling out whether anyone has experience with these issues here. So here's the story. Over Thanksgiving, we were visiting my sister's house. My husband is a fan of making big, scrumptious breakfasts, and he wanted to thank my sister for hosting us. So the day after Thanksgiving, he got up to make one of his signature breakfasts. In true hubby fashion, he went way overboard. This is totally common with him. No matter how forcefully or gently I try to approach the subject, he has to have a grand, outrageous breakfast at least once a week. And a few other days, he'll probably make pancakes or something else gluttonous. This day, he made a hash with potatoes, ham, green pepper, and egg. It was deeelicious, as always. We proceeded to take the kids to a train museum and about halfway into the visit, my husband got the shakes. He said he needed to find some food fast because his blood sugar was low. Keep in mind that this is a man who has no personal history of diabetes, although many in his family have had it. I was stunned. Apparently, this happens to him if he eats a high carb breakfast, but he has NEVER once told me about it! I had no idea. None. I knew he's obese and that he loves his simple carbs, but I had no idea that he ever had blood sugar issues. For a healthy-weight person like myself, this is terrifying. I feel like he's probably diabetic and he probably knows it but he's been just living with it because he doesn't want to have to change his lifestyle. What I really want to know is whether I'm overreacting about this blood sugar crash he had. Is this something that normal, healthy people have? Or is this a warning sign of something bad that we need to get under control right now? I've never had a blood sugar spike or crash, so it seems like the latter to me, but I value the advice of people with more experience with this than I have.