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Glucofacts Deluxe Review

Diabetes Pilot - PC

 

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Every nerd looks for a way to use a computer or handheld device to accomplish almost every task. That is just who we are, and managing diabetes is no different. We want easing installing software that is buggy free and stable. No matter how good a programs concept may be. If my computer crashes, it's GONE!

Testing Review Platform

All programs are installed on a PC Desktop and laptop. The Desktop is DuoCore2 E7400 with 4gig ram. The laptop is a Toshiba A665 - i5 with the same memory.

Judging Criteria
  • Features
  • Data Importing
  • Data Exporting / Sharing
  • Ease of use / Intuitive
  • Accessibility
  • Stability
  • Cross-Platform
  • Customizing / Options
  • Support

Being a border city has advantages and disadvantages, one disadvantage is having to always refer to imperial and metric units against your will. Sometimes you end up with a strange mix, I usually refer to temperature in the summer in F and temperature in the winter seems to make more sense in C.
If you know anyone in the US and have ever had a conversation about blood sugar, it may surprise you to hear how happy they are to have their fasting sugars below 100 (which in Canada would equate to about 5.5), or them to hear you explain how you had a SLIGHT low of 3.5 (which in the US would actually equate to 63).
www.attackofthesugar.com

Recent headlines about cinnamon are the result of an accidental finding in a Maryland USDA research center. Incredibly, the catalyst was as American as good old apple pie, flavored with -- what else -- cinnamon. Scientists were testing the effects of various foods on blood sugar (glucose) levels. They expected the classic pie to have an adverse effect, but instead they found it actually helped lower blood glucose levels.

The researchers then took their surprising discovery and tested it in a small 60 patient study conducted in Pakistan, reporting in the journal Diabetes Care. All the patients had been treated for type 2, adult onset diabetes for several years and were taking anti-diabetic drugs to increase their insulin output. But they were not yet taking insulin to help process their blood glucose. The subjects were given small doses of cinnamon ranging from as little as a quarter teaspoon to less than 2 teaspoons a day for 40 days.
www.thyroid-info.com