we will be in WDW on free dining in august. myself, DD 12 and my sister all have type 1 diabetes and whilst my sister is less than strict with her diet my daughter and I are very careful about our carbs and we always maintain steady levels. I was a little surprised that disney will not release the carb or sugar content of their food, but now trying to plan around this. I am not too concerned aobut the table service places, I have put it in our reservations and from what I have read they are excellent. I am however really worried about chosing counter services for our lunch. Epcot we will go to sunshine seasons as I have read good things there and after seeing the menu on allears I am sure they will have some offerings that we would be good with. But in the other parks I am a bit lost. eg the disney site recomends falme tree bbqas being a good place bbut all their food is in bbq sauce..... sugar overload? I spoke to my daughters diabetic nurse at her clinic and she said she had been and had basically been offered a green salad with grilled chicken in most places, not even a low carb dressing alternative or anything? We are a group of 11 including younger children so I don't want to be trapsing around looking for appropriate food/queing and having to go somewhere else, we are there for 14 days so would rather not eat salad every day. do they have brown or wholemeal bread? Can anyone with diabetes share their experiences of what they were offered at various counter service restaurants? Many thanks in advance.