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When you log into TuDiabetes tomorrow (April 21st) you will find yourself in our new home!

If you want to join the TuDiabetes community please send an e-mail to TuDiabetesAdmin@gmail.com. We will send you an invitation to join after the migration is completed.

Read about the migration and see images of the new site!

New to the site, hows it going? :-)

Seems great, I love seeing new tools for diabetics coming up more and more.

A little about myself: 15+ year Type-1 diabetic. Grew up in San Diego / Hawaii but am now currently living/working out of Europe for the time being. I'm a total geek and love technology. I spend my days working on my company SugarStats.com, it's a web 2.0 app for diabetics to manage their blood sugars and diabetes completely online. It is a lot of work, but also a lot of fun :-) We're a few weeks away from launch.

I never used to take very good care of my diabetes, but over the past few years all that has changed. Now I've made much better habits and my body is thanking me for it.

I have a personal blog which I write and rant about tech, being an entrepreneur and other humorous gibberish. Check it out: http://www.marstononline.com and I write most of my diabetes related blog posts at blog.sugarstats.com

Feel free to add me!

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Comment by Andreina Davila on May 18, 2007 at 4:17pm
Congratulation on your company, it must be really fullfiling to make a living doing something that improves the life of many (including your own). I'm for sure going to check your site.

Thank you for sharing!
Comment by Manny Hernandez on May 18, 2007 at 4:21pm
Welcome aboard, Marston! I will log into SugarStats shortly...
Comment by Khürt Williams on May 19, 2007 at 4:34am
Hi Marston. The SugarStats and the blog site looks great. I will most likely become a subscriber. I am also a tech geek and blog about the random thoughts in my head. Check it out over at Island in the Net.
Comment by Manny Hernandez on May 21, 2007 at 7:21pm
So far, I have been VERY impressed with SugarStats. It's very easy to use and the user interface is very sexy! :)

I am finding myself more aware of my eating habits even within 48 hours of having started using it. I am trying to force myself into logging every little detail about the foods I eat, etc.
Comment by Kathryn on November 12, 2007 at 10:13pm
I will definitely have to check it out. Sounds like it is pretty cool!
Comment by Lilia Mayer on November 29, 2007 at 5:56am
Marston, thanks for welcoming me to your community. Your website sugarstat.com sounds fantastic. I'm going to a meeting of the Virginia Diabetes Coalition next week and would love to tell them about tudiabes.com and sugarstat.com because as you and Manny and community point out, these social networks and on-line tools offer such effective ways to manage diabetes. I paid attention to Manny's comment about his first meeting with a group of diabetics. He learned more in that hour than he had in previous years. What you're all creating is incredibly powerful. I am in awe and humbled by this opportunity to connect with all of you.
Comment by Justin Staunton on August 8, 2010 at 2:27pm
Hello, I am very interested in how you control your diabetes with raw food. I am type 1 for 12 years am integrating raw food into my diet. i would like to know more?

Justin, London, uk


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