Tracking sugar / glucose

Since limiting sugar intake is so important, is there a way to track it in Chron o meter?

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  • Bob

    Yes you can see it under your carbs in the nutrient targets section. If you have Dr. Mercola’s version, he chose to not have it show up by default. But, you can turn it and anything else not on, from your profile page in the nutrient targets tabs. Check the “visible” box to make it show up on your diary page.

    Best regards

    Frank

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  • Is there a different version? How do I know what version of Cronometer I have? I would also like to make a suggestion that there be a space in the biomeasures to enter time when blood glucose readings are done. At this time I have to manually enter by a note underneath my reading. It would also be helpful for blood pressure readings as well to have this feature track effects such as how exercise affected readings, etc.

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  • This comment is for Frank. Is there a way to track "added sugars", since the FDA will be implementing this on food labels beginning 2018. Actually it is beginning to show up on some nutritional labels.

  • Mike

    We already have added sugars in Cronometer. It may not be "visible" on yours. Go to your profile page and in the tabs under carbs you will see you can check the visible box for added sugars.

    As the data is coming in the databases you will see it in Cronometer.

    Best regards

    Frank

    Best regards,
    Frank Alvarez
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