Quoting Rachael +3♥:" yeah, I understand why he wasn't answering i just dont like the whole waiting to find out thing lol. ... [snip!] ... would need insulin because at her age it wouldnt be the type could manage with diet.! I guess I'll just have to wait and see.."
At 2, there's only one type of diabetes that it could be. Unless your daughter is extremely over weight, there's only juvenile diabetes (type 1). I don't know if diabetes fits though if she's having low blood sugar issues. What you want to give her is foods high in fiber and protein. That will help to keep everything a little more stable until they get everything straightened out. I know 2 year olds aren't exactly the easiest to feed, but peanut butter is a good choice. There are some granola/ cookie bars from kashi that aren't horrible. Beans if she'll eat them. I'd stay away from stuff like white bread, plain pasta, juices of any type. Those will all just cause a huge blood sugar spike and very fast blood sugar crash.
Milk also has carbs in it. I think it's about 15 carbs per 4oz or something like that.