Please review the following important product and safety information.
If you use an insulin:carb ratio, you might need to adjust your carb portion upwards to reduce risk of hypoglycemia. For instance, 1 unit insulin:15 grams carbs might need to be changed to 1 unit of insulin:20 grams carbs. This should not be taken as a medical prescription - it is only an example of how a ratio could change when carbs from all food groups are counted.
Please contact your diabetes care team for specific instructions and guidelines.
1) Make sure you searched for and selected the correct food. Some foods may have similar names, but different nutritional composition and thus different carb count.
2) Always check and compare Nutrition Facts of the food you selected in MyNetDiary and Nutrition Facts printed on the packaging or restaurant menu of the food you've eaten. This will help you to ensure that you selected the correct food and that its nutrition facts in MyNetDiary are up to date - some vendors change food recipe and ingredients. If the food is correct but Nutrition Facts are different, create and use a custom food to ensure correct carb count.
3) Make sure you select correct portion size. If portion size is not right, the carb count will be off.
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.