Whether training or competing, knowing how to fuel is critical to maintain athletic performance.
By continuously¹ reading your molecular glucose data in real time, the Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor, when used with a compatible partner app or product, helps athletes optimise the way they fuel for athletic performance, making the invisible visible.
While wearables take surface-level readings, the Abbott Libre Sense Biosensor goes further.
The small biosensor worn on the back of the upper arm uses a thin, flexible filament inserted just under the skin to accurately measure glucose levels inside the body from the interstitial fluid3—a thin layer of fluid surrounding the cells of the tissues just below your skin.
With a compatible partner app or product, it helps you unlock first-of-its-kind insights into athletic fuelling, so you can make the right choices in real time to help you achieve your goals.
Utilising pioneering biosensing technology, the Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor, with a compatible partner app or product, enables you to conveniently see your body’s molecular glucose data in real time.
Breakthrough biosensor technology.
With 20 years of research and development..
More than 2 million users of Abbott's sensor-based technology.5
The Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor is pain-free to apply6 and can be worn continuously for up to 14 days. With a compatible partner app or product, it provides new insights into the fuelling your body truly needs.
We’ve partnered with Supersapiens to display and translate glucose readings from
our biosensor into fuelling strategies for the world’s athletes.
Supersapiens turns the Abbott Libre Sense data and insights into personalised analytics and real-time decisions for athletic performance.
The Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor is backed by Abbott’s pioneering track record of breakthrough innovation, medical firsts, and clinical credibility.
We are committed to developing the most personal technologies, empowering people with the data and knowledge they need to realise their optimal athletic potential.
Explore answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor.
The Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor is designed for sports use only and offers streaming glucose data with a dynamic range of 55–200 mg/dL for performance athletes to monitor their glucose levels. It is specifically designed for sports use. The biosensor is not for medical use and is not intended for the diagnosis, treatment, or management of diabetes or any other disease.
Through non-exclusive partnerships, Abbott plans to make the biosensor compatible with sports companies’ mobile apps and products which will provide glucose levels, trends, and metrics to provide insights to support an optimal fuelling strategy and performance for athletes.
The biosensor is designed to provide a glucose-monitoring experience that will enable athletes to understand the efficacy of their nutritional choices during training and competition. It will therefore inform athletes about how to fuel appropriately, to fill their glycogen stores prior to a race, and to know when to replenish during a race to maintain athletic performance.9,10
To obtain glucose readings, users simply start a biosensor with a quick scan of the smartphone over the biosensor. After a 1-hour warm up period, users will start to automatically receive streaming glucose data every minute on their compatible smartphone app.
We have partnered with Supersapiens to display and translate glucose readings from our biosensor into fuelling strategies for athletes. Learn more at www.Supersapiens.com.
The biosensor pack contains the biosensor and an applicator to prepare the biosensor for use. The biosensor is applied to the back of the upper arm with the aid of the biosensor applicator.
1. Based on a continuous Bluetooth connection or on the biosensor being scanned at least once every 8 hours.
2. Actual user data. Data on file, Abbott.
3. Not for medical use. Not for use in diagnosis, treatment or management of diabetes or any other disease.
4. As used here, the term “molecular” refers to glucose molecules and does not refer to DNA or RNA molecules. The Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor is not intended for and should not be used for medical uses. Data from the Abbott Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor are not a replacement for clinical laboratory test results.
5. Data based on the number of users worldwide for the Abbott sensor based glucose technology. Data on file, Abbott.
6. In a study conducted by Abbott, 91.6 % of users surveyed (n=119) agree that it was painless to apply the biosensor. Data on file, Abbott.
7. Data on file, Abbott.
8. The biosensor is water-resistant in up to 1 meter (3 feet) of water. Do not immerse longer than 30 minutes.
9. Moore, D. 2015 . Nutrition to Support Recovery from Endurance Exercise: Optimal Carbohydrate and Protein Replacement. American College of Sports Medicine. 14(4), pp. 294-300.
10. Olsson, J. 2016. Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, GIH, Department of Sport and Health Sciences. Swedish Elite Swimmers Blood Glucose Levels During Recovery: A Descriptive Study Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems
The shape of the circle biosensor unit, Libre Sense, and related brand marks are owned by Abbott. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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