Charts & Logs

From meal planners to blood sugar charts to calendars, these printable charts and logs will help you keep track of everything related to type 1. If you don't see what you are looking for or have an idea for another resource that would be useful, please suggest it through the Suggest New Content form under the Information tab.

Carbohydrate and Food Log

Carbohydrate and Food Log

This easy to read chart helps you keep track of what you ate throughout the day, how many carbohydrates you had, and how much you dosed.

Meal Planner

Meal Planner

This chart helps keep you straight when planning or dosing for meals. With plenty of space to list what you eat and designated spaces for insulin to carb ratios, remembering what you ate will no longer be a problem.

Snack Planner

Snack Planner

This chart, similar to the meal planner, helps you keep track of the snacks that you eat throughout the day to make sure you are not eating too many carbohydrates.

CGM/ Insulin Pump Calendar

CGM/ Insulin Pump Calendar

Remembering when to change your CGM or insulin pump can be difficult. This calendar can help you mark out each day in advance so you never forget again!

Insulin Ratios and Correction Factor Chart

Insulin to Carb Ratio and Correction Chart

Remembering what ratio you are supposed to use and how much more insulin you need if your blood sugars are high is hard to do. This simple chart keeps your dosing organized when meal time comes around.

Blood Sugar History Chart

Blood Sugar History Chart

Especially if you don't use a CGM, remembering your blood sugars is no small task. Even though most meters will store them in their memory, this simple chart in large print is a much easier way to remember than searching through the blood sugar meter.

Favorite Foods Chart

Favorite Foods Chart

There are often several foods that you eat frequently. This chart helps you remember how many carbs your favorite foods have.

Action Chart.pdf

Action Chart

Use this to help guide you through what to do in the even that you believe someone you know with diabetes may need help.