No doubt many of you could have better used Mark Sisson's Definitive Guide to Insulin, Blood Sugar, and Type 2 Diabetes a day or two ago. But it's still not to late to educate yourself and be guided accordingly for the future (or render help to a loved one). It's really a wonderfully comprehensive overview of the whole deal that's also very accessible and easy to understand.
Of course, since I'm linking it, it's written from — and integrated with — an honest human evolutionary perspective rather than an ignorant, dishonest "thanksgiving" perspective. With the federal government devising even more ways to bloat America's Agriculture Soviet, you can hardly expect it to tell America that getting 60% of its calories from carbohydrates — primarily delivered in grain-based products — is insane; that 2 million years of human evolution, mixed with the current economic reality of cheap carbs, and the prehistoric superstition that "god has blessed us" has logically resulted in an increasingly obese, diabetes-ticking-timebomb populace.
You'll probably see State force feeding of grain-based carbohydrates in your lifetime, and it'll be open-arms heralded as a "great moment" in "social evolution" when it happens. Until then, however, you're still free to decide most of what goes into or doesn't go into your own mouth. Enjoy it while it lasts.