HELP!!! iPad 1 Application or PC Application

By MichaelAvonPark Latest Reply 2011-05-20 19:15:44 -0500
Started 2011-05-20 13:51:52 -0500

Does anyone know of a computer application for iPad 1 or for a PC (even web-site) that is very intense and helpful in tracking everyithing from calorie intake (when and what) to blood sugar tracking (test 6 times a day) and insulin usage? Basicly a site that has it all and can give you a report that will cover all the bases.
I have so many issues from 42 medicaitons, overweight, neurpoathy, Cancer etc…I really need a friendly site(s) that I can use to manage my daily activities.
Thanks, MichaelAvonPark in what is getting to be TOASTY Central Florida!

3 replies

Nova69 2011-05-20 19:15:44 -0500 Report

If you start up iTunes and search for "diabetes" you will find several such apps. Some are even free. The one that looks the most promising is "Track 3 - Diabetes Planner and Carb counter." It's a $5.99 iPhone app but will run on an iPad.

Good Luck

RAYT721 2011-05-20 14:24:58 -0500 Report

I don't know if such a site/application exists but would definitely be something of bringing to the attention of the TV show, "Shark Tank" because I would be willing to bet it would be a worthwhile tool not only for diabetics but for millions of people who have so much going on medically and emotionally. For a basic tool, you may wish to create formulas in excel but a more professional site/tool/software/app may have to be custom written for your condition(s). Great question!!!

RAYT721 2011-05-20 15:05:07 -0500 Report

My wife uses a fitness appliance and free website that works with her PC and the little clip on recorder. It's called fitbit. It runs $99.95 on amazon. Their website will let you track glucose (and I believe you can add to the 3x daily form on the site). She uses it for food/exercise and is not diabetic. There is a upgrade to the site for $50/year but not sure what it has or doesn't have. There is also a mood diary/journal. It may work for you … it may not.

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