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Thrive365 Launches New Era of Food Choices for People With Type 2 Diabetes
Date:8/23/2013

ion right in the palm of their hand,Thrive365 can make an immediate difference in comfort, confidence, and lifestyle.”

To celebrate the pilot launch, Thrive365 will take part in the American Diabetes Association of Tennessee’s “Drive to Stop Diabetes” event at Bristol Motor Speedway during race weekend, August 23 and 24, when more than 150,000 race fans will be at the track. Additional launch events are planned for Nashville and Memphis.

To use the Thrive365 app, the first step is to answer a handful of basic health questions. The answers determine your personal target score. This target score is then divided into breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a snack. Since people with diabetes need to avoid under-eating as well as overeating, the system does not rely on “points” that can be saved up and spent later. Instead, participants should get as close to the target score for each meal as possible, without going under or over.

The patented scoring system designed by Thrive365 is based on data collected from diabetes experts about appropriate foods to choose. It takes into account not only carbohydrates but also other key nutrients like saturated fat and sodium in order to build a diet that aligns with nutrition recommendations for people with diabetes.

In addition to food scoring, the Thrive365 app also enables participants to record their food choices on their phone and upload blood glucose readings from their glucometers. This information can then provide health care professionals and their patients with a more complete and accurate record of how specific food choices affected blood glucose on a daily or even hourly basis.

Thrive365 also offers full access to the Diabetes Daily community, including online forums, news, and resources. With over 99,000 registered members, Diabetes Daily is a highly active support network for people with diabetes, their caretakers, and their families to find information and encouragement.

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