Find anti-inflammatory foods and build a healthy, anti-inflammatory diet. Also tracks calories, fat, protein, calcium, potassium, sodium, fiber, cholesterol and carbs. Includes 2,200 generic and brand-name foods.
IF Tracker was developed in consultation with Monica Reinagel, licensed nutritionist and author of the Inflammation Free Diet Plan. It is the only iPhone app that features the IF Rating(tm) System.
Featured in the Washington Post as one of "11 ways to live well in 2011"
Touch Reviews gives IF Tracker 5 stars - "A great app for anyone wanting to eat a healthier diet."
iPhone app Finder says 9/10, "An impressive tool for those looking to adopt an anti-inflammatory diet."
* Search. Look up IF Ratings for individual foods or browse by category to find the healthiest choices.
* Recipes. Analyze and store your favorite recipes and meals.
* Journal. Record each day's meals to track your daily IF Rating(tm), calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrate intake.
* Info. Learn about the IF Ratings and how they can help you create a healing, anti-inflammatory diet.
* Share. Use Facebook or Twitter to connect to the IF Tracker community or your social network. Or, export your Journal data via e-mail.
* Custom Foods. Add your own foods to use them in recipes and your journal.
Follow developments on inflammation and the IF Tracker app using Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IFTracker
* 30 new foods
* Updated nutrient information for several dozen foods
* Improved sharing of Recipes
Ratings and Reviews
Tracker is helpful
The Tracker is helpful the only thing I see lacking is the food need to be a little more updated having more options. Ridings. there's a few things I've been looking for that I cannot find on here. But over all the tracker is very helpful it's helping me get the IF rate I consume under control and I love it. I even loaded the app on my husband's iPad so that he can use it . And he has no trouble using it or figuring out, it is very simple to use and he loves it Also. I would recommend this for anyone trying to eat healthy and trying to get their body system back on track. To relieve inflammation and get help with the stresses that we put on our body by eating healthy because everything that is a positive is healthy eating. I have also found that I feel better I sleep better I am less stressed and I am more regular since starting this diet. And the best part of this diet is you does not require specialty foods these are common foods you get right from your grocery store. By keeping track of all the negatives and positives we are learning to eat balanced.
Like it; hope to love it.
I have fibromyalgia and rheumatoid arthritis, both affected by inflammation. After reading about how foods affect inflammation, I decided to do what I can with a change of diet. An on-the-go working mom, an app with IF ratings is the most efficient way for me to alter my foods so I will hopefully feel better. This is the most I've ever paid for an app, but I felt it would be worth every penny if it helps me feel better. I like the concept of the app and find it helpful, but I would like to see more foods. For instance, I could not find pretzel, and I would like to select tuna salad for lunch, rather than add tuna, then mayo. I think enough people eat tuna salad that it could be on a fairly basic list. Also, in future versions, I would really love to see some food suggestions for meals based on what I typically eat to help me keep a positive total for the day. For instance, today I was at -120 before dinner. I didn't know where to begin with my meal plan. Maybe this will come more easily once I learn some food values. Looking forward to mote food selections in the listing though.
Good start needs more
If you are serious about reducing inflammation this is the best app out there. I use it to help keep my autistic son on an anti-inflammatory diet. It has some really good features. I like the journal tracking feature. You can easily see your IF number for the day along with your calories, protein, fat and carb intake. I also like the recipe feature. You can create your own recipes and it calculates everything per serving. I like using this to create simple recipes for things we eat often like peanut butter sandwiches so I don't have to record each ingredient separately each time. However, the list of food items-while extensive- is rather incomplete. Sometimes there is not even a close substitution. Also there are some differences from the ratings in the book. There is no place to put notes or any cooking instructions in the recipes. So I am stuck not being able to enter all ingredients fir some recipes.
Overall this app is a good start. I think it will be great when more items are included.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.