Vitamins 101, the food encyclopedia
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With Vitamins 101 you'll have all the information you ever wanted to know about vitamins in the palm of you hand.
Vitamins 101 gives you informations about vitamins, minerals, fats, carbs and more.
Vitamins 101 has a massive database which contains lists of food products (fruits, vegetables, meat, nuts, fish, beans, dairy, bread, pasta, rice, cereals, drinks, spices, herbs and more).
So when you eat an apple and want to know what vitamins and minerals it contains? Vitamins 101 will provide you with the answer.
You're doing groceries at the supermarket and want to prepare something with broccoli. How many calories does it contain or what about the potassium level? Don't worry Vitamins 101 knows the answer!
With the search option you can simply type in the product name and tap it for more information.
The advanced option brings evenmore power to your foodselection process by ordering the foodcategory by the criteria of your choice. Interested in protein levels? The advance option will order the food listing by the highest protein levels first. What about something else like cholesterol levels? Just select the cholesterol cirteria and your done.
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What's New in Version 3.0
+ a new interface design
+ quick access toolbar (switch between calorie, vitamin, mineral and fat info with just a simple tap of your finger)
+ extra option (brings the wiki info, DRI table, ml table and mg table into one place)
+ and... lots of new additional food products in the existing categories
+ for the iPad users there is the new comparison table wich shows you all the food products in the category, making your ability to choose between products easier then ever.
This app has been updated and is wonderful!
The updates to this app have taken it from helpful to valuable! Before, the searchable database was incomplete and not scalable. Now there is the ability to search quantity, recommended serving information according to age, gender pregnancy etc.
The only constructive criticism I have is regarding fonts and table size. The font isn't easy to read on a mobile device screen. I like the font, but in another type of platform. A clear crisp font, such as Times New Roman is easy to read.
The table for the info guide should be larger, or able to fit to full screen when the phone or tablet is in landscape orientation. Currently, the info screen is something I need to bypass because it's too small to read, even if I put a pair of reading glasses over my new prescription glasses. :). Over all a great improvement to the original app!
Amazing and Helpful
Wow really easy to use.
The food items are organized in different categories, so just select one and then the products. The best thing is beautiful pictures and description of the food.
I wanted to try new foods and eat healthy as a New Years resolution. Helps me perfectly!
It's ok for general overview
The information provided by this app is really outdated. Particularly information concerning fats and cholesterol. The app states that certain oils such as canola are good for you. This is incorrect, in addition, the information about vitamin A toxicity and vitamin deficiencies are incorrect. The information in this app is mainstream science from at least 50 years ago. Needs updating.
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Oct 22, 2014
- Version: 3.0
- Size: 158 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Hor-Lin Khai
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.