My Diabetes

The free app with everyday advice!


Profile

Add personal information in order to receive the appropriate notifications.

Assistant

See an overview of your blood sugar levels and get tips and tricks.

Trackers

Record your blood glucose, carb consumption, weight, physical activity, and insulin doses.

Journal

Jot down events (e.g., meals, activities) that may have an impact on the progression of your disease.

Recipes

We’ve got great ideas for healthy snacks and meals that will inspire your cooking.

Guide

Get access to tons of useful information.

Helpful, easy-to-use tools

It’s up to you to manage your diabetes!

Glycemia

Blood glucose readings tell you how much sugar is in your blood.

Carbohydrates

The carbs in our food cause blood sugar levels to rise.

Weight

Maintaining a healthy weight helps you manage your blood glucose.

Physical activity

Physical activity is good for your health. It helps you maintain a healthy weight, which in turn helps you keep your blood glucose in check. It can also prevent the complications that arise from diabetes.

Long-acting insulin

Long-acting insulin is injected in the morning and/or at night and regulates insulin throughout the day or night.

Fast-acting insulin

Fast-acting insulin is injected right before a meal to control the rise in blood glucose that goes with carbohydrate consumption.

Healthy recipes for diabetics

In cooperation with  Ricardo

Ricardo offers 25 gourmet diabetes-friendly recipes that will help you create a succulent menu without worrying about your blood glucose levels.

All of these healthy recipes have been approved by Ricardo’s nutritionists.

The Canadian diabetes risk questionnaire

Are you at risk?

The following questions will help you to find out if you are at higher risk of having pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes. Pre-diabetes is a condition where a person’s blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. You can have pre-diabetes or undiagnosed type 2 diabetes without having any obvious warning signs or symptoms.

Knowing your risk can help you make healthy choices now that will reduce your risk or even prevent you from developing diabetes.

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