Why Choose Kiss & Tell?
Monitor your blood glucose level using saliva with this exhibited Kiss & Tell glucose meter. This reliable glucose measuring gadget provides diabetics a non-invasive way to monitor their glucose levels. Perfect for both health screening and high glucose monitoring purposes, this high-quality glucose meter is a safe and pain-free solution for the quick detection of high glucose condition.
Proven scientific correlation between saliva and glucose levels. The change of glucose levels due to diet or exercise is reflected in saliva in a pattern similar to blood.
High accuracy. Kiss & Tell has been tested with thousands of samples in the lab and with people
Cloud Storage. Store, upload and track your results! Anytime, Anywhere.
--- Safe and pain-free glucose measuring gadget, particularly for children & pregnant women.
--- Can quickly detect levels of blood glucose in saliva.
--- Perfect for both health screening and high glucose monitoring purposes.
--- Provide diabetics a non-invasive way to monitor their glucose levels.
How It Works
Best Time for Screening
--- 2 hours after meal
How to interpret the results?
Other Facts about Kiss & Tell:
1. Type II diabetes or patients with high glucose level
Traditional glucose meter requires blood sample. Every time the diabetes patientshave to prick finger for blood sample, thus prevent them to monitor their glucose level virgorously and freqently. Kiss and Tell needs only saliva not blood. Say no to Pain
2. Quick test to see whether you are diabetes!
There is at least 1 diabetes patient for every 10 people in Hong Kong. Amongst the diabetes patients, over 50% patient do not recognize that they have diabetes.
3. Best solution to test GDM during pregancy!
Due to unhealthy diet, it is more common for women to have gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) during pregnancy. GDM means when a woman without diabetes, develops high blood sugar levels during pregnancy.No Pain. No Blood. No Wound. Kiss and Tell is suitable for pregant women to test and monitor the glucose level. GDM increases the risk of pre-eclampsia, depression, and requiring a Caesarean section. Babies born to mothers with poorly treated gestational diabetes are at increased risk of having low blood sugar after birth, and jaundice. If untreated, it can also result in a stillbirth. Long term, children are at higher risk of being overweight and developing type 2 diabetes.
For each box
- 7 x Test Packs
- 1 Bilingual User Manual Sheet
9 boxes total : 63 x Test Packs
Use of the products/ Service notice
*This product is provided by eNano Health Limited and shall not serve for the purpose of medical diagnosis or treatment.
Terms of purchase
- Customers will receive a confirmation email from ESDlife after successful payment. Refund is not acceptable once the payment is confirmed.
- If the products are found damaged, customers can return or exchange the products within 7 days from the receive day. Products shall be kept in the original package with good conditions for return or exchange. Products that has been worn, used, or altered will not be accepted for return or exchange.
- FREE shipping is offered for this product.
- Delivery is available for “Hong Kong”, “Kowloon” and “New Territories”, excluding the Outlying Islands, Tung Chung and Ma Wan.
Option 1 (by post)
Products will be shipped to the designated address within 5 – 7 business days after the order is confirmed.
Monday – Saturday: 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday & Public Holidays: Off
Option 2 (by S.F. Express)
If customers would like to receive the product within 3 working days after the order is confirmed, please pick up the parcel at the S.F. Store Locations or S.F. Express Service Centers Locations. Please find the list of S.F. address here.
Customers must fill in the S.F. address in the customer information, and remark (SF) in the end of address. Otherwise, the parcel cannot be shipped properly to the designated address. Once the product is sent out, customers will receive a SMS from S.F. Express about the pick-up time and venue. If you have any questions, please feel free to call ESDlife enquiry hotline 3151 2288.
ESDlife and the supplier will strive to provide sufficient inventory supply. If the inventory is sold out, ESDlife will contact the customers for further arrangement.
*ESDlife reserves the right to update or change the Terms without advance notice.
What is the correlation between saliva glucose and blood glucose?
1) Saliva glucose concentration is highly correlated with blood, especially when the glucose level is above normal. Such correlation has been studied in the past 30 years and published in multiple international academic publications. In our laboratory, we have also tested such correlation ourselves. 2) The change of glucose levels due to diet or exercise is reflected in saliva, in a pattern similar to blood. The key differences are that there may be a time lag between the saliva and blood and the absolute amount of glucose is much smaller in saliva than blood. Saliva is “fresher” than urine, easier to get than tears or sweat.
Is 'Kiss & Tell' accurate in measuring blood glucose?
'Kiss & Tell' has been tested with thousands of samples in the laboratory and with people. It has demonstrated high percentage of accuracy in the detection of normal to high glucose levels. Kiss & Tell is not suitable for testing glucose levels below normal. Therefore it is not intended for Type I diabetic patients or patients using insulin.
We have also tested to show other types of sugars (non-glucose) do not interfere with the test results unless the concentration is exceptionally higher than the normal physiological levels. Please refer to the Interference table on the left.
Can 'Kiss & Tell' be used to diagnose diabetes?
Home-based blood glucose monitoring (e.g., Kiss & Tell or any other finger pricking blood glucose monitors) are intended for health screening or routine monitoring to increase the self-health awareness of the users. It allows an individual to better understand the relative changes within his/her body. It is not meant for disease diagnosis. A person’s blood glucose level goes up and down all day. The blood glucose test will only show the result of the glucose level at that one point in time. For example, if you prick two different fingers at the same time, the results may vary too. That is why physicians encourage patients to test multiple times a day to get a better estimation of the glucose levels of the patient. For clinical valuation, physicians usually use another laboratory test called hemoglobin A1c to support the prognosis of the patient. Hemoglobin A1c represents the average blood glucose levels over the last three months.
When will be the best time to test body glucose using 'Kiss & Tell'?
For type II diabetic or gestational diabetic patients, we recommend testing 7 times a day, similar to the doctor’s recommendation. When this is done consistently on a daily basis, the results will be able to generate an average number which is an index that may be a closer estimate of the hemoglobin a1c number.
For health management or screening purpose, we recommend the user to test once or twice every day. Our suggestion is to test two hours after dinner. If the result is high, engage in some exercise that evening to consume the extra glucose before going to bed.
If I drink water prior to 'Kiss & Tell' test, will this affect the precision of the test?
Drinking plain water will not affect the performance of 'Kiss & Tell'. In fact, if the user does not have enough saliva in the mouth, the user should drink some water; wait for a few minutes for the “new” saliva to replenish naturally before using the test.
What should I do if I see a pink color after the test?
The test strip shows a pink color in 5 minutes after the test when the glucose concentration in the saliva sample is higher than normal. The higher the glucose level, the darker will the pink color be. If the results show a dark pink color on the strip and if the user just has had food or sweet drink taken in the last two hours, the positive result is probably due to the food or drink. If the test is taken at least two hours after meals or before breakfast and the result shows a pink color, we suggest the user to re-test his / her saliva glucose again later (2 hours after another meal). If the results are consistent, the user should contact his / her physician for medical consultation. The user could also consider making changes to their lifestyle (e.g., exercise and reduced carbohydrates or sweets) and continue to use Kiss & Tell to closely monitor his/her glucose levels.