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Carb content of meal serving.
From the Nutritional Info label, get the grams, ounces or quantity (pieces, slices, cups, spoons, etc.) of a food serving and the grams of carbs per serving. Enter the weight of food from your scale or the quantity you'll consume, and get the carb content. The carb content will also be filled out in the next tool to calculate the needed compensation.
Serving size of has grams of Carbs - Food quantity: grams

Bolus Insulin calculation and BG increase for an amount of carbs.
With your ICR (how many grams or ounces of carbs are compensated per unit of bolus insulin) and the amount of carbs to consume, get how many bolus insulin units are needed to evenly compensate for these carbs. Also, with your BG to Insulin ratio, find out how much your BG would have increased if these carbs weren't corrected.
Insulin Carb Ratio (ICR): - Carbs: Bolus Insulin Units : With a BG to Insulin Ratio of , this amount of Carbs will increase BG in mg/dl

Insulin units to reach target BG.
Enter your current BG, your target, and the BG to Insulin ratio (how much BG lowers with one bolus insulin unit). You'll get how many units are needed to reach that target.
Current BG - Target BG - BG to Insulin Ratio: mg/dl per Unit Units.

BG conversion to A1c and to other units.
Enter the BG value, choose the units, and get the equivalent A1c and BG in its other units (mg/dl or mmol/lt).
% - BG:

BMI from Weight and Height.
Enter your weight and height, and get the corresponding BMI (Body Mass Index). Underweight less than 18.5 - Normal 18.5 to 25 - Overweight 25 to 30 - Obese more than 30 (values shown as an example, see full article at Wikipedia: Body Mass Index)
Weight: - Height: BMI:
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