It's not usual for a diabetic to experience low blood sugars right after eating, although that CAN happen to people with chronic HYPOglycemia.
However, you could try to cut back on carbohydrates and eat more protein, and see if that makes any difference for you. Also, test your blood glucose several times a day for now...fasting, and then before most meals and occasionally test 2 hours after a meal. That will give you a good idea of what's happening as far as how food is affecting your blood glucose.
You mentioned that you feel the shaking most of the time, but that it gets worse after eating, and the more sugar you eat the worse it gets. Are you feeling guilty about what you're eating? It's possible it could be psychological, although I wouldn't leap to that conclusion from the little info you've given. However, if you ARE feeling guilty, please, please, be kind to yourself! Rome wasn't built in a day, and it will take some time for you to change old eating habits and substitute better ones. Just try to change one or two things at a time and don't beat yourself up if you slip up occasionally. If you do slip up and give in to temptation, try to cut back on your carbs for the rest of that day and get a bit extra exercise.
[This message has been edited by SamQKitty (edited 06-16-2003).]