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I wil be sure to check my food tracker to see if I have the new program today.

I am not alone God is with me in this and all endeavors I take.

I live in Topeka, KS.

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Introducing new Spark*D program for people with diabetes
Monday, May 23, 2011


Today we are very pleased to announce the official launch of a complete diabetes-management program from SparkPeople called Spark*D.



Free for all SparkPeople members, Spark*D offers:
Personalized meal plans for type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes
Easy-to-use trackers for food, calories and carbs
A blood glucose tracker with printable reports that you can share with your doctor and/or diabetes educator
A weekly diabetes-management newsletter plus more diabetes-specific tips and articles
Community support from people like you

If you flagged "diabetes" during the setup of your account, you may already be in this program, but you can edit or check your settings on this page.

There, you'll also see that we've added a special program and weekly newsletter for heart health, too, which would be useful for anyone with risk factors for heart disease, including high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Be sure to check out all of our new heart health resources in the brand new Healthy Heart Condition Center, too!

We hope that you'll find these new programs and newsletters useful. If you know someone else who isn't already a SparkPeople member who could benefit from these free resources, please pass this information along. Thanks!

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Edited by: L*I*T*A* at: 5/23/2011 (15:44)
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