Diabetes advocate and lifestyle coach Ginger Vieira reviews the FreeStyle Lite glucose meter -- one of the smallest and handiest on the market.
REVIEWER'S BREAKDOWN -
- can apply more blood after original insert
- includes a light at strip port for easy testing in the dark
- small and simple
- doesn't offer any in-depth information when compared to newer/fancy meters
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