Insulin injection log
Our insulin injection log was created not
only to allow you to track and log your
blood glucose levels and insulin
coverage, but to also allow you to
rotate your insulin injection sites. If you
inject too many times in the same spot
you can develop hardened areas or fat
deposits, and this can change the way
your insulin is absorbed. So remember
to rotate you injection sites.

The best sites to improve insulin     

1.  Fastest from the abdomen (stomach)
2.  A little slower from the arms
3.  Slower from the legs
4.  Slowest from the buttocks
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Did you know that the most common
insulin injection site is the abdomen?
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