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ACR Digital Urinalysis
The ACR Digital Urinalysis app lets you test a sample of your pee for albumin and creatinine
Lose weight, eat better and move more with this lifestyle coaching programme
Free, but requires GP referral
Monitor blood glucose levels during pregnancy if you have, or are at risk of, diabetes
Manage conditions like diabetes, heart problems and obesity, and find support you can trust
Low Carb Program
Information and recipe ideas to help you better manage type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes
Free via referral or from £14.99 a month
Find information, guidance and self-help tools to support your management of type 2 diabetes
Free on prescription from your GP
A quick and easy way to monitor your diabetes and share the results with your family and doctor
My Diabetes My Way
Find information and resources about diabetes to help you manage your condition more effectively
my mhealth: myDiabetes
Help for patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, based on clinical guidelines
An online programme based on the NICE approved Desmond self-management diabetes education programme
Free via referral by a GP
Use the wristband tracker and app to change lifestyle habits and help prevent type 2 diabetes
£99 upfront, then £9.99 per month
View, track and share your blood glucose levels to help you manage your diabetes.
Get personalised support from a specialist dietitian to help improve your health and stay motivated
Free via GP referral
An online health coach and support group to help you eat well, be more active and stay motivated
From £35 a month
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