Recovery Record is the smart companion for managing your journey to recovery from eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. This app is also intended for people with general eating, weight and shape concerns.
Use for self-help or link with your treatment team's Recovery Record Clinician App to stay connected, co-manage recovery and achieve your goals.
- Celebrate wins with rewards
- Personalize your journey
- Connect with your treatment team
- For every stage and type of eating disorder
- Based on CBT and self-monitoring research
Get started today by replacing paper diaries with the discreet and easy mobile App that connects you with the support you need in the moment you need it.
With Recovery Record you can:
- Keep a record of meals, thoughts and feelings
- Access beautiful reflection images and affirmations
- Customize log questions, meal plans, coping tactics and recovery goals
- View charts that highlight insights, trends and progress
- Collect jigsaw pieces to earn hidden rewards
- Set personalized reminder schedules and alarm tones
- Complete questionnaires to track your progress
- Link with your treatment team
- Receive in-the-moment feedback and messages from your treatment team
- Receive and send encouragement messages and virtual gifts to/from other users
Looking for the Recovery Record Clinician app? Go to: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id657266479?ls=1&mt=8
Recovery Record may ask for access to your step count and heart rate data if you have a paired Apple Watch and are enrolled in specific research studies. Collection of this data is completely optional. We integrate with Apple's Health App to achieve this. The data will be handled and used in accordance with data disclosure agreement of the research study.
Added a log calendar
Ratings and Reviews
Worth it if you do the work
Eating disorders are really emotionally charged and are hard to work on because for many it’s a coping skill of dealing with other emotionally difficult life experiences. This app was recommended to me by an eating disorder center/clinic and it’s really in depth and if you actually follow through and do the thought diary you provide insight to your recovery process once you are able to review the past days, weeks, months,years, and you’re able to understand the triggers of what’s going on in your life that has lead you to binges (in my case) or other symptoms that better explain your struggle. You have to want to do the work, if it becomes a chore and you’re getting annoyed with it then it’s going to be a rough road from my experience as if it’s a chore for
Me then I’m not 100% in it or am on that path towards recovery. Turned out to be more motivational I guess but it’s a great app and it’s FREE!!!!! Do the work and have the appropriate support necessary for your recovery and it will make a difference for you, I hope!
A life App is here!
I never learned how to properly eat and as an adult at age 51 it was time. What I was eating and not eating had taken it’s toll on my health. I learned through the words of a top notch a dietician that I have “disordered eating.” Essentially I have a diet mentality with all that I ate or restricted. These sessions with my Dietician are incredibly eye opening. I gained enough weight for diabetes type 2, neuropathy, horrific IBS, and a completely broken view of food. One of the most important tools that I was given the choice to use was this amazing app. I’m a huge procrastinator (except for my business).. especially when it’s anything to do with being healthy. Until now! This app is simple, fun, thought provoking, wise, motivational and challenging all in one. It’s helping this food junkie completely change what, how and when I eat. It’s not restrictive and not a diet app. It’s a life app that is teaching me much more on a daily basis. This is unlike any app I have ever used. 5 stars and my highest possible rating for ease of use, reliability, and beauty.
A little frustrating
I started using the app not too long ago and I really liked it especially like the first week or so. I had some time off work and figured it was a good opportunity to try to help myself since I have a weird work schedule and sometimes that makes remembering to eat, let alone having the motivation to eat, difficult. What I found though was when I went back to work my meal reminders kept creeping up earlier and earlier and now my breakfast notification that I set for 6:30 literally pops up at 4:30 in the morning which is basically the busiest part of my morning. That’s not the only notification that does that either. Basically every notification that I set around my work schedule goes off at the most inconvenient times. It’s just super frustrating because I did set them for when I should be eating. It’s such a small thing but it really discouraged me from using the app and it doesn’t really help if I’m trying to get myself to remember to eat in the first place
- Recovery Record, Inc
- 86.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, German
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.