This looks like it could be a great tool! I wonder if I can take a peek at the code book before buying?
My CDE noticed my new appreciation for making things from scratch. (Or more often than not, having my husband make things from scratch for me because I hate cooking.) She also noticed that my blood sugars are being poorly affected from miscalculating carb counts in fresh foods.
The quinoa bake was a really good example of the mistakes one can make during insulin dosing. (Seriously… why do pasta and grain packages only give you nutrition information for dry portions?) Since I was getting frustrated not knowing exactly what I was eating when making things from scratch, she suggested I get a scale. But not just any scale – one that measures carbs and other nutrition facts for a multitude of other foods.
I bought one this weekend. Here is my Perfect Portions Nutrition Scale.
Don’t get me wrong. This is a small investment. My little $5 scale pales in comparison…
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