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Good Food-Bad Food, food advisor & calorie tracker

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Description

*** Selected by Apple as one of the top iPhone apps in App Store Essencials -Get In Shape ***

Tired of analyzing the healthy aspects of everything you eat so you can get and stay fit? Good Food – Bad Food is an all-in-one tool that not only quickly shows you the positive and negative aspects of each food, it also helps you keep an eye on your calorie intake, makes activity recommendations and tracks your measurements!

★★★★★
5 star app!
“Great if you eat out a lot and want to compare items from menus – gives you a cool graphic display for all nutrients so you can pick the healthiest one! I LOVE the activities list, makes busy people like me feel less bad, since I don't exercise in gyms, but still do household chores and take care of my kids. 5 star app!”
- hoowi3

You’re committed to losing weight and getting in shape. Everything is going pretty well but boy, is it time consuming to figure out which foods are best when you eat out or go food shopping.

Some items are low in fat but high in salt, while others offer healthy fibre but have undesirable amounts of cholesterol. How do you know what to order in a restaurant, without asking all of a dish’s ingredients? It can be a real pain, or worse, contribute to you failing your weight loss and fitness goals.

That’s where Good Food – Bad Food can help. This beautiful little app makes it easy to eat healthy while dining in restaurants, or to purchase store-bought foods that will help rather than hinder your target weight and fitness levels.

There are more than 300,000 food items commonly found in national eateries and in supermarkets, that Good Food – Bad Food can advise you on. Each food is given a grade and has a detailed display of its positive and negative attributes. If there’s too much fat in that burger, you’re going to know it before ordering. The information and values of all listed foods are based on scientific nutritional formulas and recommendations provided by the FDA, so you know you can trust the data, too.

Good Food – Bad Food doesn’t stop there in its quest to help you be your healthiest best, either. The app features a calorie counter to help you keep an important, ever-current eye on your intake. You’ll never have to try and remember where you are in your daily count because the app is doing that for you.

As if all of that isn’t enough, Good Food–Bad Food goes still further. Activity is an essential part of any weight loss and fitness program but it can be hard to fit it in, sometimes. This app recommends activities that easily flow with your life, allowing you to choose from more than 200 everyday activities, such as household chores, washing the car, or taking care of the kids. You’ll know exactly how many calories you’re burning and get fit without going to the gym.

To really gauge how you’re doing, track your arm, chest, waist and thigh size as you go. You’ll be able to check your progress and feel great about how your body is taking shape.

Look at all the amazing features you get in Good Food – Bad Food:
* Over 1800 food brands, and 700 restaurants with full nutritional menus

* Grade and full description of positive and negative characteristics for each food item

* Graphic comparison of up to 4 food items

* Display of consumed calories, carbs, fat and protein

* Search or browse restaurants and food brands

* Calorie and activity tracking

* Quickly add custom activities, calories or burned calories

* Daily measurement tracker for arms, chest, waist and thighs
* Search or browse restaurants and food brands

If you’re concerned about your health, you need this valuable, all-in-one tool!

Download Good Food – Bad Food now to arm yourself with the best possible resource for your weight loss and fitness success.

What's New in Version 1.4

- Fixed crashing while searching food
- Improved database
- Updated interface

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Customer Reviews

Simalar features off tap & track

This program is spamming the app market with the same features of tap & track. Recommended in tap and track app. Description of app was ability to compare foods for a better food choice. You have to Manuel add the food into the compare Feature and shows a graph result. And the rest of the app is a copy of tap and track. Making unaware buyers pay $10 plus for two apps, when buyers could just buy this app and get all the features by itself. I would have liked this app to recommend healthier food choices rather then compare. I am reporting to app market, in app recommendations should enhance the user experience avoiding duplication of features , please if I could have my money back for good food and bad food, although tap and track is a GREAT app. I was miss led to believe that with this app I could enter a search and have recommended results to compare on a graphs.

Interesting but needs improvement.

It is very easy to keep track of calories and activities with this app. I like how the day screen has add foods and add activities right on it, and your history is easily accessible. Unfortunately it's got some things that need improvement. There isn't a weight tracker which I would like, and finding fresh fruits and vegetables is kind of annoying since they only have brand name stuff. I also don't like the grades they give on some foods. Half An Avocado got a C because it's high in fat. Well yes, but they are full of heart healthy fats! If an avocado isn't healthy food then what is? It'd also be nice if they allowed you to make a favorites list for foods you commonly eat. I have tomatoes almost everyday and keep having to search for them then add them.

Should have been a five...

I would give this a higher rating. I'm not sure why gathering exercise info and asking for weight etc and not using the data to take into account...not only the food one consumes but adding into the overall grade the exercise etc. Definitely needs a little more work. Great idea and easy interface. Wish it wasn't 2.99 though. A bit much to pay while it's still in the early development. Hope to see some upgrades in the future.

Good Food-Bad Food, food advisor & calorie tracker
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  • $2.99
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.4
  • Size: 17.3 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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