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    If you are living with diabetes monitor
    your blood sugar levels using our
    blood sugar log. A companion to your
    blood glucose monitor and diabetes
    supplies this health form monitors
    your blood glucose and the insulin
    coverage needed. It's an excellent
    way to track the effectiveness of your
    correctional insulin and maintain
    normal blood sugar levels. Each blood
    sugar log is divided into four weekly
    tracking schedules, and easy to follow.

    Monitor your blood sugar
    levels and help prevent the
    following complications

  • Prevent infection
  • Prevent kidney disease
  • Prevent or delays eye disease


    Tips for people living with
    diabetes:
  • Always carry snacks with you ex:
    hard candy to treat or prevent
    low blood sugar
  • Check blood glucose regularly and
    document on blood sugar log
  • Eat regularly and healthy     
  • Exercise
  • Avoid drugs and alcohol
  • Wear identification ex: bracelet or
    necklace stating you are a diabetic
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