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Cataloging everything that passes your lips can be very tedious and all the times I tried writing it down I never seemed to be where my log was. With this app and our age of technology, I'm never far from my phone. I love that it interfaces with Fitbit and other apps. Yes the food library is a bit limited but the app provides ways to help them help us. It also allows you to put in your favorite recipe and account for things you'll never find in another place on the planet. It conveniently lets you scan the upc and in most cases, the dietary data is provided. When it doesn't, it's easy as pie to take a pic within the app of the front of pkg and of the nutritional data and they update the system as we collectively provide data. You can keep track of anything you want in this app and it's especially helpful to see trends. It's always a good thing to raise one's awareness and through the use of this app I've been able to significantly lower my A1C, lose 20 pounds over the last year and increase my awareness of what I'm doing to and for my body and health. The spreadsheet is miraculous to review with your doctor and see trends that support your health. My doctor commented, while I showed her the graph on her screen at the Ofc that she wished all her patients were willing to use technology to help themselves. It inspires me to see the guy descend the slope each time I'm able to show another pound gone. Yay for this app!
This app is similar to MyNetDiary with added features such as tracking blood sugar and other medications. It also syncs with other devices to track steps and exercise. I also like the note-taking function. I am using the Max version that I believe is worth the price. Besides diabetes, I have other medical conditions and I find this helpful for everything. Being able to log medications ensures that I don’t forget a dose or double-dose. My doctor appreciated that I could show her my blood sugar results over a period of time. This is also helping me to lose weight. Research shows that people who log their meals and weight are more successful. There is something about having to write something down that can really influence your choices! The app will also sync with some scales so you don’t have to manually input it (or cheat). For me, this has everything I could ask for as far as an app that both helps me monitor my diabetes AND help me lose weight as well as monitor other medical issues. As an RN, I am used to “charting” patient activity, meds, and progress. For me, this is an easier way to do my own “charting”.
MyNetDiary was my essential logging and guidance tool when I had to lose weight and get my diet into balance. Logging is a pain, even with a great tool, but for me it was the key to honest portions and steady progress. I could see my results in a wide variety of charts. In the long weight loss slog, an improving chart result was an encouraging boost. I love to cook and MyNetDiary let's me enter ingredients (scan them in with your camera) and create menu items that are an easy shortcut for entering favorite foods. You aren't stuck with only commercially available foods, although the program has a large and growing database of regular grocery items. I am still managing my weight and food intake with MyNetDiary. It takes a willingness to do the logging and be accurate with your quantities. (I highly recommend a scale.) Weight loss schemes come and go, but if you monitor and control your food, you can lose weight. I did.
Have been using 3 apps for years to track nutrition, diabetes & meds. Yippee! One app to do it all. App takes into account all aspects of DM management. Was very impressed with d-carb count which make a significant difference in managing diet & meds. Daily summery of blood sugars, insulin & other meds, nutrients, H2o, activity, ability to set parameters for nutrients & blood sugars specific to the needs of the individual is much appreciated. Food database still on the small side but will enlarge as people use it I'm sure. I stumbled on this app by accident & consider it a very happy accident. Can't wait to show it to my DM & dietary educators. As a retired RN & having worked with many diabetics as well as now being diabetic myself I can really appreciate this app. Good job guys!!! showed this app to my diabetic educators last week & they were very favorably impressed. They plan to recommend the app to their clients.
I’m a diabetic and track my blood sugars. I have tried several programs and had to input notes. With MyNetDiary it tracks blood sugars for you. Charts for a quick reference of where you have been and how your doing. I especially like how you can check the rating of food, the breakdown of nutrients, fat content etc. It will show you the overall nutrients for the day. What your overages are ie fat, cholesterol, sodium and also where you have come up short ie potassium, vitamins etc. it will give you guidelines and information how to lower calories to help you attain your goal if losing or maintaining weight. I lost 50 pounds the last year, with a personal trainer, a nutritionist and MyNetDiary. My A1C went from 6.7 to 6.1. I came off of several medications that I have been on for years. Yes I still struggle with eating correctly but with MyNetDiary it keeps me accountable to myself.
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Diabetes Tracker by MyNetDiary is ranking in Medical & Health & Fitness
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 8.21.
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Diabetes Tracker by MyNetDiary have a 1 712a user reviews.