Eat healthy, eat tasty with easy to prep recipes to hit your target fitness goals.
Discover and cook over 300 recipes created by our panel of nutrition experts: Michelle Lewin, Mike O’Hearn, Jen Heward, Amanda Meixner and Cam Speck.
Set yourself up for success with meal prep-friendly weekly meal plans designed to help you organize and streamline your nutrition. Each meal plan is personalized to your fitness goals, daily calorie targets and eating preferences.
• Recipes by trusted nutrition experts - eat the same meals as certified nutritionists and leaders in the health and fitness industry to stay in shape.
• A meal plan for you to fuel your body better - a plan that tracks your calories, macros, and progress personalized to your age, height, weight, gender and more
• Tailored to your fitness goal - meal plans are customized to your goal of losing weight, building lean muscle or maintaining the same weight
• Fit to your nutrition preferences - including vegetarian, vegan and keto
• Easy to prep - adjust serving sizes to your preference and auto-create grocery lists to stock up on your nutritious ingredients for the week
• Easy to make - with recipe videos and cooking instructions
• Easy to customize - switch out recipes or build your own meal plan
Access all Mealplans and recipes with a monthly or annual subscription.
Note: You can cancel at any time from the Setting screen in the app. If you cancel 24 hours before the 7-day trial is over than you will not be charged. If you cancel during the month period for which you’ve already paid (up to 24 hours before the next period starts), your subscription will continue until the end of that period.
Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.
Mealplan has Apple’s Healthkit integration allowing you to track calories and macros. This is optional and can be enabled at the bottom of the recipe screen by tapping on "Add to Health app". You can turn this off at any time inside the Apple Health app.
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- Annual Elite gives you access to both Mealplan and Fitplan in one easy-to-manage subscription.
- Access unlimited nutrition plans (vegan and vegetarian included) and workout programs designed to help you lose weight, build muscle and maintain optimal health.
Ratings and Reviews
Good idea, but needs work.
I just want to start off by saying that I am by no means trying to dog this app I am simply giving my honest opinion about it and what I think would help improve it.
One thing that I do not like about this app is that when you generate a meal plan the meals are the same every day. I understand that this might be the case if you were looking to meal prep, but it would be nice if there was an option to have different meals every day or at least some variation.
This app is very visually appealing in my opinion and has a very high potential to be really good. It is nice that they have different nutrition specialist so that you have different styles of foods based on a specific trainer. It is also convenient that they generate your calories and macro nutrients based on your personal goals along with weight, height, age, and activity. There is also a good amount of recipes available if you look in the recipes tab of the app.
To wrap things up I would say that currently this app is not worth the $9.99 a month subscription unless you are looking to meal plan and eat the same meals every day for a week. I think that if they make the option available where you can chose to have more variation in your meals day to day then it would totally be worth the $9.99 subscription.
First off, one needs three arepa recipes. The other recipes are unoriginal and lack coherence. The food doesnt lend itself to a meal plan well. Nutritional info is off—for things using protein powder especially, nutrition info can’t be trusted. There are too many low carb/high fat recipes, and not enough variety in macronutrient profile. Why is there a stupid standalone recipe for strawberry jam? And another stupid recipe for marshmallows? Really? Was the recipe/app consultant a first grader? My cookbooks in 3rd grade were more nuanced. As soon as I got the app I emailed customer support to find out when new recipes were getting added because I was completely unimpressed, and for the past 7 months, supposedly, the new recipes have been in development (at least according to Hannah at Fitplan). There are still just 94 recipes on this app. This app was a waste of money and is only suitable for people who don’t know the difference between parsley and cilantro.
Great potential but...
I just downloaded the app and was getting started with recipes. However, there are too many variables that aren't being accounted for. In the recipes that call for protein powder, every protein powder scoop varies in size. Having a weight would be the best as I don't want to have to buy a specific brand of protein powder to have the right scoop. The only thing I've tried so far is the waffles and it is thus far proving frustrating. I made Belgian waffles and it made 2; I adjusted the recipe to make 4 but this is what I got. Note: my protein powder has greens in it and these were absolutely disgusting and inedible. I had such high hopes for these. I'm a bit nervous to try other recipes with protein powder but looking forward to others. I upgraded my account for more recipes.
- Fitplan Technologies Inc
- 136.5 MB
- Food & Drink
Requires iOS 11.4 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Fitplan Technologies 2018
- In-App Purchases
- Monthly Plan $9.99
- Annual Plan $49.99
- Annual Elite $95.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.