I use the EatSmart Scale - EatSmart™ Nutrition Pro Scale - Digital Food and Nutrient Calculator. I posted a similar question and this one was recommended highly. I just love it! Very easy to use and a nice easy to read display, that has a backlight feature. All you do is put the food on it, key in the code for that food, and it will tell you how many carbs. It has really made life easier for me I have to say.
Thanks, I will check both out, the scales I have been looking at don't count carbs, just calories and fat, thought I might have been asking a stupid question or asking for too much in a scale, thanks again, now i'm happy :)
The EatSmart one does that as well. Gives you carbs & calories & fat too. I have to admit that I usually only look at the carbs :)
I had to order it from the EatSmart website as no one seems to carry it in Canada. (At least when I was shopping around for one)
i agree with you 100%!! test strips are killing me!!! and since we all know that a cure is NOT just around the corner, and we will be taking these meds for the rest of our lives, why not make that just a little more affordable! they will certainly still be making money on us! (i am feeling a little bitter today!)
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