Thank you. I was checking off a bunch of things on SP this a.m. and I must have done something right. Yes it's there. Again thanks. By the way, have you ever heard of the Portion Controller. It's a belt you wear to make you feel full. It was on a commercial while watching channel 12 news (Long Island). This is in place of the Lap Band. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Right? portioncontroller.com Your fitted with it by a "Dr."
I have sent a note to the tech team to correct the link to that report. You can find the glucose report by going to the My Trackers tab, select Reports, then click on Other Measurements Over Time report and you will find your glucose report there.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention!
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I would also like a line to put a comment in the glucose tracker on the nutrition page. I found where to view a glucose report in the weight measurements area (I had to pick that I want to track glucose under what measurements I want to follow on the start page). I can't find where my data is going when I use the glucose tracker on the top of my nutrition tracker though. I am entering my glucose level and choosing when it was taken (ie: pre-breakfast, post-breakfast, etc.) but when I click the "view reports" button on the top right of the glucose tracker on the nutrition page, it doesn't show any of the data I have entered on the report. The only info I see is from going specifically to the measurements button (where you track weight) and re-enter the glucose levels there. Where is a report that indicates what I am saving on the glucose tracker on the nutrition tracker page? Why are there choices for when the glucose reading was taken if you can't review it somewhere? Thanks for any help!
Thanks for the feedback, I'll pass it along! As for making comments on the nutrition tracker page, you may want to use the "Today's Nutrition Notes" section that is just below the tracker to enter those.
I hope this is the right place for this, if it's not, please move this topic if possible.
As someone who was just diagnosed with diabetes I love all the things that Spark People do to help those of us who have diabetes. You really do alot, and I don't write this post to be insulting or anything of the kind. I was just wondering if it would be possible for a couple of new features. The two that I had in mind is:
1. Let us make comments when we track our blood glucose on the "My Nutrition" page. The reason I say this is that it would really be nice to be able to put down if we have an idea as to why the level is higher or lower then usual. For example, maybe we treated ourselves to cake the night before and the morning level is was high, or maybe we took something for a cough and it was raised by that. Clearly this isn't that important a thing, if need be we can always print it out and write it down, or just track it somewhere else. I just find myself tracking my food and fitness here, so it's the first place I think of to track my blood glucose. I figured if no one else had suggested it, maybe I could point it out. I don't know much about coding, so I don't know if this would be a easy change or to complex to bother with.
2. The second thing I was wondering about is maybe putting in a blood glucose tracker in the "My Fitness" page. Maybe it's because I'm just starting out, but I find my levels changing alot depending on what I do exercise wise, and I would love to be able to graph it on here and see if they even out after a week or I should just change what I'm doing. Again, same as above. This isn't a big deal, we can track it other places and it's not something I would want you to have to do if it's to complex, just wanted to make the suggestion.
Again, thank you for all that you do. I love Spark D.
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