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Printable, Savable, Editable Diabetes Logsheets

Free Editable / Printable Diabetes Logbooks, Record Sheets: We have a variety of printable logsheets / charts that you can either print or also use in microsoft word or mac pages. Detailed 3-Day Logsheet: This is the same as the weekly logsheet, but the columns are broken down by hour and it includes more area for notes. 3 days per page. Insulin Pump User Log sheet: A record keeping form for pump users. 3 days on a page, broken down by hours. Includes room for blood sugars, grams of carbohydrate, boluses, basal rates, physical activity and notes. Rotating Pattern Logsheet – Record (for Type 2 diabetes): This logsheet is ideal for those with Type 2 diabetes. It includes 6 days per page and space for blood sugars, medication, food and activity input. The gray boxes denote alternating test/recording times in order to capture patterns throughout the day and night. Word Doc: Rotating Pattern Logsheet (for Type 2 Diabletes) Printable PDF: Type 2 diabetes logbook with rotating pattern Weekly Blood Sugar Pattern Worksheet: Use this printable weekly logsheet to track your blood sugar patterns by recording your readings before all meals and snacks. Word Doc: Weekly Blood Sugar Patterns Log Continue reading >>

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  1. Bahrutile

    I've been looking for an insulin index chart, my understanding is there is a breakdown of how foods can effect insulin... sort of like the glycemic index... is that correct, if so where can I find it?

  2. BillJay

    An Internet search for "insulin index" returns lots of results, I think the question is which source is authoritative? or do they all link back to the same source? Meaning that I found links from Holt, Willet, and Mendosa, etc. across the Internet.
    I chose to link the Wikipedia entry that attributes to Holt since that seemed to be the most common reference.
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    Insulin index
    The Insulin Index of a food represents how much it elevates the concentration of insulin in the blood during the two-hour period after the food is ingested. The index is similar to the Glycemic Index (GI) and Glycemic Load (GL), but rather than relying on blood glucose levels, the Insulin Index is based upon blood insulin levels. The Insulin Index represents a comparison of food portions with equal overall caloric content (250 kcal or 1000 kJ), while GI represents a comparison of portions with eq...

  3. MarkGossage

    latest food insulin index data
    After some searching I came across a recent PhD thesis from the University Of Sydney titled Clinical Application of the Food Insulin Index to Diabetes Mellitus (Kirstine Bell, September 2014). Kirs…

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