DF Diary iPhone App Takes Diabetes Monitoring Mobile

MANCHESTER, England, Nov. 18, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Diabetic Friend's DF Diary iPhone app is making monitoring food intake much easier for those with diabetes. The application, designed by a Type 1 Diabetic, is powered by a comprehensive food database, incorporating dishes from a growing number of restaurants. This enables users to quickly enter the food they have eaten, thus enabling them to keep an online diary of blood sugar levels and nutritional information. This data can even be exported in graph format and sent to your GP.

Owner of Diabetic Friend and designer of the app, Sarah Steel, believes this specialist food diary app makes life much simpler for diabetics, commenting

"As a diabetic myself, I know how cumbersome the process of recording everything you eat on paper can be at times. The idea of the app was to make this process as simple and as convenient as possible. Almost all of us carry mobile devices with us and so the iPhone application was a great opportunity to provide people with a great resource that fits in their pocket! I use the application myself and I'm really pleased with it!"

This comprehensive diabetic iPhone app is available on iTunes now for 2.99 pounds.

SOURCE Diabeticfriend.co.uk

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