A-Z Food Nutrition Facts lite - Vitamins and minerals from groceries e.g. fruits, vegetables, seafood, meat, poultry, legumes, salads, fats, nuts, dairy, herbs, etc.
By 01 Digitales Design GmbH
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This extensive app provides detailed information on everything you need to know about close to a thousand different foods:
nutritions, vitamines, minerals, micronutrients, calories, proteins, carbohydrates, fiber, fat, salt, raw, cooked, dried, as powder, browsable in 12 easily accessible categories and searchable in realtime.
Values are colored according to the state-of-the-art "Traffic light labelling"-method of the Food Standards Agency in the UK to give you a quick overview about what food is healthy and what not.
+ Calculations can be switched between metric and U.S. values in the "Settings"-tab.
+ Full text search of the foods
+ App supports English only
+ Portrait and landscape format are supported
+ For iPhone and iPad
To get the information you need this app makes it easy to display the unit and the weight to determine the wanted values.
- Cereal Grains & Products
- Dairy and Egg
- Fats and Oils
- Finfish and Shellfisch
- Lamb, Veal & Game
- Nut and Seed
- Sausages & Luncheon Meats
- Spices & herbs
The catalogue will be frequently updated to always keep you up-to-date. Because when it comes to your food and your daily diet information becomes vital.
Language = English
What's New in Version 1.6.1
iOS 8 Compatibility
Best Free Nutrition App
I am not overweight or counting calories. (Calories are in app too) I just want an app that focuses on detailed nutrition facts to insure I am eating a balanced and healthy diet. This app is perfect. It covers many more foods than other apps, doesn't bother with a bunch of brand name, boxed and precooked food (which I never eat), it has a detailed list of vitamins and minerals, etc. Plus, the portion size is very easily 'adjustable' in the 'settings' so there is not need for math calculations. Exactly what I was looking for.
This review applies to the Lite (free) app. There is evidently a paid app which may be different. On the good side, the search feature works well and the categories are logical and relatively easy to follow. There is a good bit of nutrition information for each food listed. On the down side, there is no way on this app to set serving size. There is a generic setting tool but some foods count 2 ounces as a serving, while other foods count 1 cup as a serving. With this app, you get one size fits all. It is not very useful knowing what the calories are for 100 grams of a food if you plan to eat more ore less than that - or if you are comparing to more typical recommendations about "serving size". I plan to delete this app and keep looking.
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- Category: Reference
- Updated: Oct 17, 2014
- Version: 1.6.1
- Size: 280 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: 01 Digitales Design GmbH
- © 01 Digitales Design GmbH
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.