Diabetes and Health Tracking

Diabetes affects over 25.8 million people in the U.S. Each year, nearly 2 million adults are diagnosed with this disease. Diabetes is a major cause for heart disease and stroke, and it is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. 1 in 3 Americans born after 2000 are at risk for developing Type 2 Diabetes. Overall, the risk for death for those with diabetes is twice of those without diabetes.

Diabetes must be stopped. Healthy living is a key step in improving both health outcomes and quality of life when living with this disease. Healthy eating, being active, and tracking symptoms can help you self-manage your diabetes.

And MyNetDiary's Diabetes Tracking service can help make it easy for you to do!

MyNetDiary Maximum includes awesome, comprehensive, and easy to use tools for tracking diabetes. It's all here in one place - everything you need to track Diabetes Type I, Diabetes Type II, Pre-Diabetes, and Gestational Diabetes.

Online Diabetes Tracker


Diabetes and Health Tracking Track blood glucose, insulin, carbs, exercise, medications, symptoms and everything else with custom trackers.
Best Food Diary The easiest, proven tools for diet planning and tracking, huge 332,000-food database. Instant food search, quickest food entry, immediate analysis.
Understanding Diabetes Data Correlate diabetes and health data with labels, find patterns and dependencies in Day Parts report.
“The Big Picture” with Charts See diabetes and health trends with charts and reports. E.g. notice how blood glucose above normalized after reducing carb intake.
More Charts and Analysis Specialized charts and reports help you analyze how diet, exercise and medications influence health.

Easy and Comprehensive

The Diabetes Tracking Service is built on our solid foundation of the modern and comprehensive diet service MyNetDiary available since 2007. The service is powered by the #1 food database in the world and the top food and exercise tracking tools.

Online and Mobile Options

Online

The Diabetes Tracking Service is included at no extra cost for MyNetDiary Maximum subscribers.

Mobile - iPhone App

MyNetDiary provides a special, comprehensive iPhone app complementing the online service for on-the-go tracking.

The app is very comprehensive and could be used alone, without Maximum subscription. In this case, a free online account is provided with the app for basic food and exercise entry using a computer.

Online and Mobile - Always in Sync

When you want to have most powerful and comprehensive tracking both online and mobile, you need a MyNetDiary Maximum subscription and you will get access to diabetes tracking both online and on the free iPhone app. Make sure to sign in with your Maximum account name and both the website and the app will automatically sync with each other.

Track All Details You Need

  • Blood glucose tracking with multiple ranges, such as pre-meal, post-meal, and custom ranges.
  • Optional insulin tracking.
  • Blood pressure tracking.
  • Cholesterol tracking.
  • Custom trackers - for medications, daily steps, symptoms - anything!
  • Flexible system of assigning labels to tracker entries to classify your data and understanding dependencies and underlying causes.
  • Comprehensive charts.
  • Powerful Day Parts Report - consolidated view of your carbs, medications, blood glucose, exercise grouped by parts of a day.
  • Following many user requests, e-mail reports were added to help sharing information with caretakers and healthcare providers!

Great Carb Tracking

The critical and most time-consuming component of diabetes tracking is tracking food carbs. In MyNetDiary, food tracking is fast and easy. The Diabetes Tracker uses MyNetDiary's high-quality food database, containing over 332,000 foods entered by MyNetDiary staff. This is the biggest and most up-to-date curated food database in the world. Most foods are already in the database and the database searches as quickly as the user types. The iPhone app also has a built-in barcode scanner.

Total carbs, net carbs, and diabetic carbs counts are supported.

Food time tracking is also supported, allowing accurate time records.

Learn More About Your Diabetes

Entries are timed and labeled so that users can learn relationships between health factors. The Diabetes Tracker includes many tools, encouraging behavior changes: daily and weekly analysis, daily and weekly reports and charts which could be shared with a healthcare provider.

Reviewed by Professionals

Katherine Isacks, MPS, RD, CDE is MyNetDiary's consulting Registered Dietitian. As a Certified Diabetes Educator, she understands the most appropriate ways to manage diabetes and improve one's health and fitness.

User Reviews

Very Helpful for Type 1

Great tool for an insulin-using diabetic. The beauty of the system is that it has all the important metrics tracked in one app. I highly recommend because good food, exercise, insulin, and blood glucose tracking is the first step in achieving a target A1C!

by Gmerguy - Oct 16, 2012
Really Helped

Keeps me on track. Average blood sugar is down significantly. Really got me to think what extra things I have put in my diet that adds weight.

by Vimar2 - Oct 15, 2012
Changed my life

I was diagnosed with diabetes two years ago and have been struggling to keep my sugars under control. I downloaded MyNetDiary a few months ago to track foods I eat. With that, I've lost on average 1 pound a week. I downloaded MyNetDiary Pro and loved it even more. Now, with the new diabetes version, tracking my sugar is easy and I finally have my numbers under control. It is so simple and is actually motivating.

by MsSRyder - Aug 25, 2012

Disclaimer: MyNetDiary Diabetes is an educational tool, it is not a medical device, it is not a substitute for a medical device or medical care, and it does not provide diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of any disease.
Information provided on MyNetDiary web site and in MyNetDiary applications is for general use only and is not intended to provide personal medical advice or substitute for the advice of your physician. If you have questions or concerns about individual health matters or the management of your diabetes, please consult your diabetes care team.

This article can be found at http://www.mynetdiary.com/diabetes.html