You had no symptoms of diabetes and then slipped into a diabetic coma and nearly died after eating "high carb" (just like nearly every other American does all the time) for a few weeks?
If that is the case, I would highly recommend changing whoever was in charge of your medical care before a few extra servings of chickpeas nearly killed you.
Don't need to know everything to know which way the wind blows.
Since, unlike you, I don't know everything, I did not recognize the symptoms of the onset of diabetes. I also do not live in the doctor's office, so there would be no way that he would know enough about my condition to warn me. And “a few extra servings of chickpeas” is a particularly stupid statement on your part (and a perfect indication of your arrogant ignorance) since I do not eat chickpeas. I am pretty much a carnivore. During fasting periods, I used to eat a diet that very high in carbohydrates (mostly bread and potatoes). I get sick of salads about day three of a fast, but there is almost no way that a potato can be fixed that I don’t like. Potato pancakes, mashed potatoes, garlic potatoes, red potatoes, Yukon Gold potatoes, potato soup, potato and leek soup, mashed potatoes with sauerkraut, etc. I also like fruits, particularly citrus and bananas. Unfortunately, it caught up with me and I came very close to passing out at work.
I have had high blood pressure since I was 17 years old (and have been hospitalized with blood pressure in ranges of 220/116, and more than once), and the blood tests taken when I was in the hospital showed no indication of Type II diabetes (of course, I suppose none of the doctors or emergency room workers are nearly as smart and competent as you, so they probably repeatedly messed up my blood work over a period of 30 years, several different localities, and more than one hospital in some localities). But one day, about three years ago, during the Nativity Fast that I was trying to strictly keep due to the wishes of my new priest, and after a relatively long period without blood pressure problems, I nearly passed out at work. I had difficulty keeping awake, became disoriented, and was taken to the plant first aid room. My blood pressure was normal (for me), and on a hunch, our EMT took my blood sugar expecting it to be low. It was in the high 300’s. Pills did not work, and I have been on insulin since about six months after that. I have trouble keeping my numbers below 200 even with the insulin. According to the doctor (probably an idiot compared to you), my pancreas pretty much decided to stop working as it should, and probably had for a while. I probably did not notice it before since I usually eat a lot of meat and not as many potatoes, and did not recognize the symptoms during the previous fasts because I used to not go out of my way to keep them. This time I had gone most of the fast with no meat or eggs and lots of potatoes and fruit. But I guess things like that do not happen in Orthonorm World.