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Published: Saturday, Feb. 12 2011 10:00 p.m. MST

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Salt Lake City, UT

It's a fact that the human brain functions quicker and more accurately than any computer. Must everything be done for us now?

Kearns, UT

Another gadget of limited use and function that is just another electronic device to throw on the piles of junk we've already accumulated.

To have any accuracy it would have to know where the food comes from, who has genetically modified the food, and what are the genetic modifications doing to the body. When technology can determine the genetic infraction put on food then they might get somewhere in monitoring and controlling diets. For now, 3M and Monsanto will not divulge what they are doing to our food and the seeds so this gadget will be useless.

South Jordan, UT

As a type one diabetic, I would like to know from the Dr. how this divice would work specifically in regards to when you would administer your meal bolus of insulin. I may not want to finish everything on that tray of food, so do I wait and figure out the carbs that were actually consumed and then bolus after the meal is done?

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