Monday, August 27, 2007 - Track Your Diabetes

A new website debuted in June called It allows you to track your blood sugars, HbA1Cs, and medications online ... for free. It has a very clean, uncomplicated, fast interface, and provides some useful and attractive graphs, along with notification of trends ... such as if your average sugars have gone up or down over time.

You may upgrade for a small fee that allows you to track your food/carb intake and activity levels in addition to the basic services described above.

The information can easily be shared with friends, family, and healthcare providers. Because the data is stored on their site, you have access to your information wherever you have access to a networked computer.

The site was created by a 24-year-old computer engineer, Marston Alfred, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 8. He designed it for personal use and decided to go public with it after receiving positive feedback from other diabetics.

Sign-up takes less than a minute. Give a try!

Listen to how one user, Manny Hernandez, managed to reduce his blood glucose levels by almost 10% in a month using