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HelpDiabetes is a help for people with diabetes. It is a carb counting application that runs on a cellular phone. The application has built in the Food Composition Table from food-info.net from the Wageningen University in the Netherlands.
It is also possible to make your own foodtable in Excel and transfer it to the GSM. The application also calculates the amounts of insuline needed for diabetic people.

GSM Phone System Requirements :
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The phone must support Java MIDP 2.0 and CLDC 1.0. To transfer an own version of the foodtable, support of JSR75 is necessary. A version for phones that don't support JSR75 is available (send me an e-mail).
The application will not work on phones without keyboard (like Qtec,..) ..

First use of the application
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The first time you use the application, it will read the complete food composition table that is built in. This may take a minute.

Use the application :
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The first screen displays the list of all food items, starting with the first in alphabetical order.

Search an item :
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You can search an item by entering the starting characters of the itemâ??s name, as you would type an SMS.
You can scroll with game keys 'UP' and 'DOWN' . Only characters a..z can be entered, but the application also recognizes variants for example é è ë are all found as 'e'.
To select a food item press the 'SELECT' key or choose option 'Choose'.

Note : some food items may have special characters like 'Macaroni cheese - Tin'. All the letters can be entered in the search box, and also the spaces by clicking the game key 'RIGHT' . However '-' can't be typed by pressing numeric keys. One possibility is to get 'Macaroni cheese - Tin' displayed as first item in the list, and pressing the game key'RIGHT' .

Letters can be removed from the search box by pressing keys 'C', 'BACK' of 'LEFT' (not all phones support the 'C' and 'BACK' key).

Count the amount of carbs and add to a list
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After having selected a food item, you can choose the amount. The units are shown and is always 'gram' for the standard fooddatabase.
Example, suppose the selected food item is 'Bread White', press on numeric key '6' and then '0'. The application will immediately count the amount of carbs (gram) for 60 grams of 'Bread White' and show the result. Also the amount of proteins, fat and kilocalories are calculated. For these elements, only the total amounts are shown, being the total for all the food items that have been selected by you and added to the list with your chosen amounts.
If not all information can be shown on one screen, a scrollbar will appear on the right. Use keys 'UP' and 'DOWN' to scroll.
Remark : Total amounts are shown rounded to the lower Integer value. The calculation keeps into account the correct figures.

It is also possible to enter digits after the decimal point (eg 0,5 piece of apple, assuming an apple would be there with unit 'piece' (which is not the case in the standard table). Choose 'RIGHT', and the cursor will move to the decimal part, choose 'LEFT' and the cursor moves back to the Integer part. Chosing 'LEFT' also removes already entered digits.
Once you've chosen the amount, you can add the food item to a list by choosing option 'Add'.

Show total amount kilocalories, fat, proteins and carbohydrates and calculated amounts of insuline needed.
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From the first screen, using option 'Show current total' you can see the total amounts of carbohydrates, fats, porteins and kilocalories for the chosen food items and amounts in the list.
Remark : whenever the source fooddatabase contains no value for proteins, fats or kilocalories for one of the items in the list of chosen items, then the totals are not calculated.
The amount of insuline needed is also shown here , this value is calculated based on personal settings. If your settings are not intialized, the amount of insuline is not calculated.

Show Current list of chosen food items
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With this option you can view the list of food items selected so far with the amounts.
It's possible to modify one of the amounts : scroll 'up' or 'down' to scroll to the item you want to change, press 'select', now you can change the amount.
Choose 'Save' to store the new amount or 'back' to cancel.

Empty List
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With this option you remove the food items that you selected and have added to the list. You do this typically at start of a new meal.

Reload fooddatabase
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You can make your own version of the food composition table on a PC using Excel. Use fooddatabase.xls which you can find here (zipped version) , and add your own items at the bottom on the first empty row. The application will stop reading when the first row with column A empty is found. You can also modify existing items.
There's no limitation to the characters used in the names of the fooditems. Choose the unit which can be either the predefined unit '100 gr' or '100 ml' or an own free text. When 100 gr or 100 ml is chosen, the application will recalculate itself the amounts.

The amounts of kilocalories, fats and proteins is optional.
When the list is ready, press ctrl+h or click on 'Press here to prepare the worksheet for transfer to the GSM'. The Excel table will be saved and a second file will be generated named foodfileuk.csv and stored in c:\temp (c:\temp must exist on your PC !)
Copy the file c:\temp\foodfileuk.csv to your cellular phone using USB/Bluetooth/Infrared. Then you can use the HelpDiabetes application on the phone to load foodfileuk.csv using 'options' 'Reload'.
Important :
- You should put excel macro security to low. In Excel chose Tools Options Security 'macro Security' 'Low'
- if you want to enter digits after the decimal point, use the decimal which you would normally use in Excel. The table attached uses '.' as decimal point (example 2,5 is written in the table as 2.5). If you would normally use ',' , use it here also.


Settings
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- Set the amounts of required insuline : what je enter is the amount of grams of carbohydrates you can have per unit of insuline. This you can do for breakfast, dinner, supper.
- Set the times you switch from breakfast to supper, supper to dinner. The application will use these times to use the correct value of amounts of carbohydates per unit insuline.
- font size
- speed : this is a setting which allows to take into account the different capacities of cellular phones.
Nokia phones seem to work faster than Sony Ericsson. The standard value is 50. For Nokia phones you can set it to 1000. For Motorola phones even to 2000.

Compatible with:
Motorola: E1070, E770, K1, Razr V3x, RAZR V3xx, RAZR V6, SLVR L7e, SLVR L7i, SLVR L9, V1075, V360, V365, V3i, Z3
Nokia: 2630, 5300, 5310 XpressMusic, 6060, 6101, 6103, 6111, 6125, 6126, 6131, 6133, 6151, 6165, 6230i, 6233, 6234, 6265, 6265i, 6267, 6270, 6275i, 6280, 6288, 6300, 6630, 6680, 6681, 6682, 6822, 7260, 7370, 7373, 7390, 7500, 8600 Luna, 9300, E50, E60, E61, E61i, E62, E65, E70, N70, N71, N72, N73, N75, N77, N80-1, N90, N91, N92, N93, N93i, N95
Sagem: MY X-4
Samsung: SGH G600
Sony-Ericsson: K320i, K510i, K550i, K600i, K608i, K610, K610i, K618i, K750, K750i, K790a, K790i, K800i, S500i, V600i, W550c, W550i, W600i, W660i, W700i, W710i, W800i, W810i, W850i, W880i, W900i, Z550i, Z558i, Z610i, Z710i


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