Type 2 Diabetes Guide

Free Diabetic Log Sheets for Blood Glucose Readings

If you have , you know the importance of monitoring and keeping track of your blood glucose levels. Here are a couple of you can use. Just copy & paste them into a word-processing program of your choice to print them, or highlight and select it to print. To use:

  • Enter your blood glucose reading into each corresponding box.
  • The additional columns marked Other can be used for snacks, exercise sessions, etc.
  • The Notes column is for anything that might have affected your blood sugar, ie. missing an exercise session, skipping a meal, etc.

If you don't take medication or insulin:

Start Date: ___________________    End Date: __________________
Day Breakfast Lunch Dinner Bedtime Other _____ Other _____ Notes      
Sunday        
Monday        
Tuesday        
Wednesday        
Thursday        
Friday        
Saturday        

 

If you take medication or insulin:

Start Date: ___________________    End Date: __________________
Day Breakfast Lunch Dinner Bedtime Other _____ Notes    
  DoseReading DoseReading DoseReading DoseReading DoseReading  
Sunday            
Monday            
Tuesday            
Wednesday            
Thursday            
Friday            
Saturday            

Print off as many sheets as you need and place them in a binder for later reference.

These free diabetic log sheets can be modified to suit your situation. For example, if you take more than one type of medication, you can add another line to record the dosages for each. Make good notes about exercise and food choices too, just in case one of the readings is too high or too low - it will be easier for you to learn how your body works and keep your well-managed.

 

 

The information on this website is based on our own research and personal experience, and is not a substitute for medical advice. Questions about your health and individual situation should be directed to your doctor.