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They will allow you to monitor your blood sugar levels and follow the correct diet.
1. Diabetes: M
One of the most powerful applications for keeping diabetes under control. It can help you track your insulin levels by recording food intake and monitoring blood glucose meters and insulin pumps.
Based on your diary, Diabetes: M generates detailed reports, graphs and statistics that you can share with your doctor. The paid version of the application also has a calculator for calculating the value of a short and prolonged bolus insulin.
An equally convenient application for keeping records of your sugar level, the number of units of bread you eaten, short and long insulin injections, as well as your overall health. There are visual statistics and the ability to synchronize all data in the cloud.
In addition, DiaMeter offers a number of interactive articles, in which you can find a lot of useful information about proper nutrition for diabetes, exercise, the effects of alcohol and more.
This app also allows you to keep track of blood glucose levels and record the consumption of carbohydrates. For each meal, it is necessary to indicate not only what you ate, but also how much, so that the calculation of the insulin dose is as accurate as possible.
Data from the application can be downloaded in PDF or XLS (Excel) format, so that it is more convenient to provide them to the attending physician in printed or electronic form. The iOS version has integration with Apple's Health service.
A simpler mobile diary for people with type 1 diabetes. It can be used to keep records of insulin levels, diet and exercise. When tracking nutrition, you can use tags to quickly track the impact of certain foods on your overall health and daily performance.
The application also provides a parental control function. It allows you to sync your account across multiple devices to keep track of your child's insulin reading as they enter data on their smartphone.
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5. Glycemic index
This app is a handy guide to foods with their glycemic index (GI). Eating low-GI foods makes it easier to manage sugar levels in diabetes and also reduces the risk of other chronic diseases.
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6. Glycemic Index, Load
This is an almost identical iOS app that will help you quickly find out the glycemic index of staple foods. With its help, you can keep a diary of carbohydrate consumption and track changes in your own weight.
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