MyNetDiary, a comprehensive food diary and calorie counter with online and mobile app services, announced its new Diabetes tracking service available to Maximum members. MyNetDiary's Diabetes tracking service will help people record important data related to treating, or avoiding, a disease that affects over 25.8 million individuals in the U.S.
"We have spent many months developing, testing and refining this new Diabetes tracking service," says Sergey Oreshko, CEO of 4Technologies Corporation, "and we're pleased to offer it to our Maximum members at no extra charge. Diabetes is a serious disease, and one closely tied to weight gain. We developed this new service to give people the best tools for living a happy and healthful life."
The MyNetDiary Diabetes tracking service allows members to track glucose with multiple target ranges (i.e. pre-meal or post-meal), track insulin, blood pressure, cholesterol and custom items such as medications, daily steps or symptoms. Through an advanced system of labels, the Diabetes tracking feature also classifies and categorizes data to help identify underlying causes or symptoms.
Coupled with MyNetDiary's best in the industry foods database, it is set to become the diet industry standard for weight management, calorie and exercise tracking, and Diabetes assistance.
"This Diabetes tracking feature is an important part of our calorie tracking and weight loss service," continues Oreshko. "Diabetes affects over 8% of the U.S. population and it is a major cause of heart disease and stroke. When dealing with this disease, losing weight becomes more than about feeling fit or running faster; it can literally be a matter of living longer, and we want to help people manage their weight and get educated about Diabetes."
MyNetDiary rolled out the Diabetes tracking service online to its Maximum members. The company is currently developing a companion iPhone Diabetes Tracker app, providing the same comprehensive Diabetes tracking functionality for on-the-go use. For MyNetDiary Maximum members, in addition to mobile tracking, the app will fully synchronize with their online food diaries, providing them the flexibility of both mobile and online tracking.
The MyNetDiary Diabetes tracker is an educational tool and is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any ailment or disease. If you are seeking medical advice, please visit a medical professional.
To learn more about MyNetDiary's new Diabetes tracking service, visit http://www.mynetdiary.com/diabetes.html.
Launched in 2007 and with now over 2 million members, MyNetDiary is a comprehensive, modern online and mobile weight loss service that helps members lose weight safely through calorie tracking while following American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics guidelines. MyNetDiary offers free and paid subscriptions that include personalized analyses of calorie and nutrient needs, assistance with target weight goals, access to personalized progress charts and a state-of-the-art Diabetes tracking service. MyNetDiary offers Android, iPhone, iPad, and BlackBerry apps for instant mobile tracking and has been featured in USA Today, NPR Morning Edition, Health Magazine, Chicago Tribune, Mac|Life and on Lifetime Network, NBC-TV and FOX 5 in DC.
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