As part of its expanded approach to help fight diabetes,
"More than 120 million Americans are either diabetic or prediabetic," the release reads.
Both apps are free to
"Diabetes takes a devastating toll on public health, so we're proud to be the first and only
The Type 2-reversal app uses a personalized, sustainable nutrition plan to help reverse the condition, according to the release.
"Employing each user's distinct data, it crafts individualized diets that shift the body to a state called nutritional ketosis, in which the body primarily burns fat for fuel instead of carbohydrates. There is no calorie counting, programs are based on individual eating preferences, participants can eat until they're full, and they can follow the diets for years," the release reads.
The diabetes-management app customizes individual data based on user surveys. Users then receive devices, which may include a digital scale, blood glucose meter, and more, to connect to their apps and track their condition.
The company delivers innovative solutions through a family of diversified businesses to create healthier lives and lower healthcare costs. Among these solutions are patient-focused care models, leading-edge data analytics and digital health technologies.
Additionally, Capital Blue Cross Connect health and wellness centers provide in-person service and inspiration to help people reach their health goals, the release reads.