I'm looking at different ways to get help online with tracking my diabetes/carbs/etc. better. Does anyone use or know of any services that might be helpful. I'm willing to pay for programs that seem to be powerful also.

Thanks so much for your help :)

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Holger here http://www.tudiabetes.org/profile/HolgerSchmeken

has a program called glucosurfer

http://glucosurfer.org/

I believe it is free, ask him about it.

Sparkpeople has a free program. I think Livestrong has one too.

Today we had some trouble with our Glucosurfer. The hoster had to switch to a smaller subnet (as you might know the IP addresses are running out). Despite the use of two network addresses one in the old and one in the new network it did not work out as planned. Time to go to sleep now ;-)

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