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MYSPARK1228
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5/8/13 10:28 P

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Thank you for your post.

I am a saddened that I can't change my nutritional stuff and still use the glucose tracker. It seems kind of counter productive to force diabetics to go by a standard thing. I don't want to be able to 'half way' use spark people. I want to be able to look at my nutrition and easily see if I am within the ranges allotted for me like anyone else. When I look at carbs, I want to see if I have 30 carbs left or not - like anyone else can do.

I guess spark people is not the program for me. :( Other than this issue - it seems really nice. Unfortunately, it doesn't meet my main needs. Maybe I will check back some day to see if they changed this issue.



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5/6/13 12:33 P

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Hello,

If you are using the Diabetes program, you won't be able to edit your nutritional data. If you already know what ranges are safe for you, then use it as a guideline so you can take advantage of the other resources to help you stay on track.

Be well,
Kelly

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MYSPARK1228
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5/5/13 7:12 P

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Hi,

I can't seem to set my carbs between 1 and 100 per day and still be able to use the diabetes glucose tracker. If I use the Diabetes plan thing, it puts me at like 150 to 200 carbs a day and that is WAAY too much for me. If I don't use it, I can't use the blood glucose tracker.
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There MUST be a way to do it right? I just can't find it.
Any help appreciated,

Regards



 
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