Tracking blood glucose levels is easy with these printable diabetic logs. From a monthly overview to a detailed daily breakdown, these logs will help you and your healthcare team better manage your sugars.
If you've searched for blood sugar logs or journals on Amazon, you've seen a plethora of options. Unfortunately, as I looked them the vast majority of them, they are all duplicates with different covers.
Overall, there were a handful of different versions, but none that captured the full diabetic picture.
A good log should have space to write your meal, macronutrient counts, blood sugar readings, medication or insulin dose, fluid intake, exercise, and other pertinent notes, all on one page.
Daily Printable Diabetic Log
This daily glucose log has room for you to journal all of your meals and macros, glucose readings for each meal, amount of water, stress level, date, and notes for sleep, medicine, exercise, or anything else important.
If you're just starting the lifestyle, or need to journal what foods are affecting you the most, this is the log you need.
Printable Monthly Blood Glucose Log
Monthly logs are less detailed than daily logs but give a great overview because you can see all your blood sugar readings on one page.
Gestational Diabetes Log
The logs for gestational diabetes are identical to the daily logs above, but they include a space to record how far along you are, which may be helpful when reviewing the logs.
If you prefer apps over printable planners, check first to see if your blood glucose meter has its own mobile app. If you're using a continuous glucose monitor (CGM), it likely does. Doctors' offices will sometimes have their own app or a preferred app for their patients to use.
Outside of CGM apps, search these apps in your app store:
- Cronometer (great personalization features)
- MySugr (gestational diabetes friendly)
- Glucose Buddy (education plan included)
- Diabetes:M (can set time reminders)