diet & acne
By traxie labs
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Ever wonder if what you eat might be contributing to your acne??
This app seeks to provide you with the latest information about diet's influence on acne. All information is based on studies that have been published in medical journals. Information can be viewed by type of food and by level of association with acne. Additionally, this app gives a review of other causes of acne that have been well-researched.
Food categories addressed:
Please visit our website, www.traxielabs.com, to provide feedback on additional foods, studies, or other information relating to acne that you would like to see in updated versions of the app. We will do our best to include what you are interested in learning!
This application is not intended to offer or replace professional medical advice. Please speak to your healthcare provider if you have any health concerns or questions. Never delay or disregard professional medical advice because of something you have read on this application.
This application offers health information for general educational and informational purposes only. This application provides the information content on an 'as is' and 'as available' basis. No warranty is expressed or implied that this application is a comprehensive source of information on any topic of health or otherwise. Under no circumstances shall the creator of this application be liable in any manner for any direct, incidental, consequential, indirect or punitive damages arising out of your access, use or inability to use this application, or any errors or omissions in the information on this application.
What's New in Version 3.3
Updated survey link
No Tracking, Just Info
I don't understand the purpose of this app. Anyone can research this information, and chances are that if you've struggled with acne then you already know most of this. An app should be a useful tool, not a Wikipedia article! I thought it would actually help me track my diet and acne and find a correlation (if any) between the two. That would have been way more useful.
Good but missing drinks
This app covers mostly foods that cause breakouts. However it is missing drinks, such as soda and coffee, and whether there is evidence that it causes breakouts. This app has potential, but it needs to be more complete, maybe have some remedies that prevent or reduce breakouts.
Has a lot of information that really is helpful. I recommend.