With Nutrition Complete, you have a complete, accurate, and customizable nutrition database on hand wherever you go. Based on the latest data from United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Nutrition Complete compiles the nutrition data of nearly 10,000 food items. For each food item, it lists complete nutrition data from A to Zn.

Nutrition Complete tailors the data to your specific daily calories intake and your gender/age group, so that you will know the exact percentage of the Daily Value (DV). Nutrition Complete also contains a build-in calculator to allow quick adjustment of serving size.

Take advantage of Nutrition Complete's simple interface to quickly find the food item you are looking for. You can even add your favorite food to a personalized list for future reference.


Nutrition Items include: Calories, Protein, Fat (saturated, monounsaturated, polyunsaturated), Cholesterol, Carbohydrate, Fiber, Suger, Water, and much more.

Minerals include: Calcium, Sodium, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Manganese, Copper, and much more.

Vitamins include: Vitamin A, B-6, B-12, C, E, K, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Folate, and much more.

What's New

Version 2.1

Added manual entry to food quality.

Ratings and Reviews

People will pay for convenience!


Some people say information should be free... well it SHOULD be... so long as the person finds the information himself. As soon as the person requires help to gather that information, it is no longer "free". So I applaud this application for giving the ordinary person great access to the food charts, nutrition, etc from the FDA. Not only it is great for people who want to live a healthy lifestyle, it's great for people who want to track their caloric intake :) And no other application I've seen so far gets this information down, so let's see you write one and give it away for free... not so easy compiling the information, is it?

Anyway, quick pros and cons... if you're still with me.

Quick and good interface :)
Great information and great database.

For some people, it may not be worth it to pay $5 for their health
have to look up stuff manually, can't scan barcodes :(

Still, I can see this app is pretty good considering it's just barely a month old... so I give it a 5 stars :)

Please write review about the app itself


It seems to me that many reviews of iPhone apps have nothing to do with the apps. People just like to whine about the price tag. You can afford 100 bucks a month for your phone, but not 5 bucks for an app? You spend that much on a coffee at Starbucks!

Yes, if you spend time looking at the web, you might find nutrition data. But then, why not just getting rid of your iPhone since you can make phone call on the web for free, too! What's the point?

If you have not bought the app and have nothing to say about the app itself, don't even comment on it.

Coumadine User Also


I was so pleased to see at least one Heart Patient and Coumadin user wrote a review. That is precisely what I was looking for, for myself. I have had 2 heart valve replacements in 4 months and it is vital that I assist my heart in working without strain. Along with other meds, Coumadin is vital and "you are what you eat" when managing a heart related challenge. Just remember Weight Loss calorie counting and Nutritional values are two seperate issues. There are many health challenges that have nothing to do calorie counting.


15.1 MB
Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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