Glucose Meter Brands

Accu-Chek® by Roche

Bayer Contour® - Nerd Approved

FreeStyle® by Abbott - Nerd Approved

OneTouch® by LifeScan

TrueTrack® by Nipro Diagnostics
Nipro makes a whole series of meters.

WaveJazz ™ by AgaMatrix

WaveKeynote™ by AgaMatrix

Wave Presto ™ by AgaMatrix

ReliON®- Exclusively at Walmart

Meter Manufacturer Directory

Accessories for Meters

Celeritous - USB Cables- Nerd Approved

Glucose Meter Accuracy Reports / Studies

Hematocrit Interference - 2011

Clinical Assessment of accuracy of blood glucose device - 2012

 

Diabetes Support Forums / Groups

Daily Strength Type2 - Nerd Approved

Defeat Diabetes Foundation

Software and Mobile Device Apps

LogFrog DB - Nerd Approved

Diabetes Pilot

Glucose Buddy

Software and Mobile Device Apps

Loseit - Nerd Approved

Meter Technology

Electrochemical Glucose Biosensors - Nerdy

FDA warning of glucose meters using (GDH-PQQ)

Diabetes Camps

Chris Dudley Basketball Camp

Seminars / Conferences

2012 PNW Diabetes Week

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The Angry Type 2 Diabetic
Six Until Me
LifeAfterDX

 

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Drinking two glasses of water before each meal may help people lose weight, a new study has found. Obese dieters who drank two glasses before breakfast, lunch, and dinner lost five pounds more than their dieting peers over the course of three months. Experts say it could be that the water helps fill people up more quickly, thus ensuring they eat less.
www.healthcentral.com

In the next two articles we’re going to discuss the concept of "normal" blood sugar. I say concept and put normal in quotation marks because what passes for normal in mainstream medicine turns out to be anything but normal if optimal health and function are what you’re interested in.
chriskresser.com