Android glucose tracking

 

When I searched my iPhone’s app store for “diabetes,” however, I was stopped cold: More than 1,200 apps came up, not to mention related links to others. This may be a great use of technology, but deciding which apps are best? Not easy for a layperson.

“It’s encouraging to see so many apps that attempt to ease the self-care tasks and tracking associated with all types of diabetes,” Kelly Rawlings, editorial director of Diabetes Forecast magazine, told me. “But the sheer number and range of usability make it a tricky product area to navigate for health-care providers and the people who use the apps.”

Rawlings is right — and things are likely to get even more complicated. According to the most recent National Diabetes Statistics Report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 29 million Americans have diabetes, and 95 percent of them have Type 2, the form most associated with obesity. To boot, new cases of diagnosed diabetes among people age 20 or older topped 1.7 million; the report also estimates that 86 million Americans older than 20 suffer from prediabetes, most of whom are at a high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

Android glucose tracking

Type in a food name - we count and show your calories. Watch the calorie count and you will lose weight. We know half-a-million foods from restaurants, brand names and common foods. We remember your personal favorites, recipes, custom foods and exercises - all that makes logging quick and easy from a desktop, tablet and phone.

Tell us your target weight - we create a balanced nutrition plan for you . Our average active user loses 1.4 lb/week - choose a comfortable rate for yourself. Follow our daily recommendations based upon today's counts, trust AutoPilot to optimize your plan for steady weight loss, and see the big picture via extensive reports. For even more guidance on your diet, try out MyNetDiary's special Meal Planning options - 21 days of meals (currently TLC and Paleo), all laid out for you. Track on the go or from the comfort of your desk.

Get inspired with MyNetDiary community: watch our live success stories and participate in forums supported by a Registered Dietitian. Learn about diet and health from the dietitian's blog and articles. Connect with friends for private diary sharing and messaging, and find new friends via public groups. Share your reports with your dietitian or coach. Let our community inspire and sustain your motivation!

When I searched my iPhone’s app store for “diabetes,” however, I was stopped cold: More than 1,200 apps came up, not to mention related links to others. This may be a great use of technology, but deciding which apps are best? Not easy for a layperson.

“It’s encouraging to see so many apps that attempt to ease the self-care tasks and tracking associated with all types of diabetes,” Kelly Rawlings, editorial director of Diabetes Forecast magazine, told me. “But the sheer number and range of usability make it a tricky product area to navigate for health-care providers and the people who use the apps.”

Rawlings is right — and things are likely to get even more complicated. According to the most recent National Diabetes Statistics Report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 29 million Americans have diabetes, and 95 percent of them have Type 2, the form most associated with obesity. To boot, new cases of diagnosed diabetes among people age 20 or older topped 1.7 million; the report also estimates that 86 million Americans older than 20 suffer from prediabetes, most of whom are at a high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

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