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Freestyle Libre now available in iPhone

Discussion in 'Type 1 Diabetes' started by Omnipod, Feb 7, 2018.

  1. tan800

    tan800 Type 2 · Active Member

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    Wonder if you have used blood sugar levels to determine how your food would impact to blood sugar level? For instance if you can eat ice-cream at all? I am type 2, so I don't eat ice-cream at all because we were told not to, if a test showed after eating ice cream your blood sugar readings are ok, then you can enjoy it. Similarly, to test which fruits are ok, how much carb you can take etc.

    Thanks for sharing
     
  2. Dontlikeiapple

    Dontlikeiapple · Newbie

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    I am very dissapointes by apple. I have an iphone 5 se which is as good as an iphone 6 without being as large as a brick. I ca use apple pay therefore the phone can handle the NFC protocols but unable to use the libre sensor. I will need to change my phone soon and will switch to samsung for the porpose of wanting to break the links with this greedy, malitious company, probably as bad as the guy that started it. Thank you apple for trying to take advantge of my disability!
     
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