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Wholesome - Healthy eating recipes and nutrition vitamin tracker of whole foods

By Wholesome, Inc

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Winner of the 2014 Innov8 For health competition, Wholesome is the only experience that collects healthy recipes from the web, allows you to track them, and gives personal recommendations to optimize your nutrition.

Wholesome scores recipes out of 10 points on their healthfulness. Points are added for nutrition density and deducted for things like too much sugar or sodium. Scores provide the feedback that allow you to compare recipes and make conscious decisions about what you eat.

Wholesome allows you to track foods and recipes with one-click. This allows you to know which nutrients you’re lacking, and to be warned when you’ve had too much of a nutrient, like sugar or sodium.

Wholesome suggests recipes to round off your nutrition. Didn’t get enough iron and protein for breakfast or lunch? The app will suggest a recipe high in iron and protein for dinner.

According to the USDA, adult women are recommended to have twice as much iron as men and pregnant women need over three times as much. Just set your profile and the app will take all of these factors into account. You can also customize your own nutrient targets within settings.

With Facebook connect integration, any recipes you enter into the app are easily accessible to your friends. Browse your friends’ recipes to get inspired to eat the same healthy recipes that they are eating.

-Healthy recipes with health scores out of 10 points
-View your friend's recipes and community recipes
-Create your own recipe and calculate it's nutrition
-Add a recipe from the web and calculate it's nutrition

-Track your nutrition against personalized and customizable nutrition goals
-Suggestions for what to eat next to fill nutrient gaps
-Nutrition tips and premium content
-Seamless integration with Health app for tracking nutrition

-The most comprehensive database of whole foods containing over 80 phytonutrients, antioxidants, macronutrients, vitamins and minerals.
-Beautiful imagery of whole foods that inspire you to eat the rainbow
-Tips on how to buy, store, cook, and prepare whole foods
-Ability to look up a nutrient like iron and get suggestions of what to eat
-A focus on health rather than calorie counting

Wholesome focuses on the complete nutrition rather than just the calories. We believe that getting nutrition from natural whole foods is far better than getting it from synthetic pills. We're here to guide you on your journey for better health.

Wholesome is free to download and use. Should you choose to upgrade to Wholesome Pro, we offer two auto-renewing subscription options:


Payment will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription renews automatically unless cancelled at least 24 hours prior to the end of the subscription period. There is no increase in price when renewing.

Subscriptions can be managed and auto-renewal turned off in Account Settings in iTunes after purchase. Once purchased, refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term.

To manage your Wholesome subscription:
1) Open the App Store app on your device and scroll to the bottom
2) Go to Apple ID > View Apple ID > Manage App Subscriptions > Wholesome

Read our full Terms of Service and our Privacy Policy at

What's New in Version 5.4

Bug fixes

Set reminders - With this update you can set daily reminders in the app so that you don't forget to track what you eat.
Auto parsing of web recipes - We added a feature where the app parses the web recipe ingredients for you, making it easier for you to add recipes to your collection. Though it doesn't work for all the websites, we plan to improve it in our future updates.


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Customer Reviews

Like the concept, but leaves much to be desired

I like the concept and read good reviews, so I bought it. I am now not so sure it was a good idea. It is slow to process data, it's not user friendly entering new data, it gets stuck all the time, it does it work offline at all which means you can record things if you are out of reach of wifi or G3 etc. I expected something like the my fitness pal for food with better data, but the user interface is light years behind. In addition it makes no nutritional distinction between complex and simple carbs, which frankly is pretty basic if you know anything about nutrition. Now there are some minor irritants that I can live with, like the fact that it has no option for gluten free, or vegan (only vegetarian), and nothing for food allergies. As I said, if all the other things worked I could live the aforementioned oversights. Basically using the app takes a huge amount of time because the interface is so slow and I user friendly. The concept is good, but I would read a good nutrition book for now and wait until they make far more user oriented before buying it. The free version is not worth the time it takes to download.

Great idea, glitchy execution

I'm eating more whole / paleo foods, and I wanted to track the vitamins and minerals moreso than calories and macronutrients, so I got this app. This has a great idea behind it. I like visually seeing which foods I've eaten because it encourages me to keep eating a variety of whole foods, and the vitamin and mineral tracker is encouraging as well.

A few suggestions:
1) The app is slow to load various pages. I have to flip to yesterday and back to today to see a change I made (e.g. if I want to make sure a delete went through).
2) Let there be a setting where I can choose which categories to keep collapsed/minimized in the Nutrition Tracker. It's great that a lot of nutrients can be used, but the information would be more useful if the app would remember which ones I'm focusing on and which ones I don't want to see regularly.
3) I have only added one food to My Foods so far, but it is not showing up in the User Foods section. Why not?

For $30 a year, this needs better execution.

If you're having problems with the app...

I loved this app SO much before they updated it. The tracking is easy and very customizable. Unfortunately the update made everything go haywire.

After weeks with no update from the developers, I finally figured out the update defaulted the sugars to -1g. I altered the sugar goal to the previous default of 90g and everything seems to work now.

Wholesome - Healthy eating recipes and nutrition vitamin tracker of whole foods
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Updated:
  • Version: 5.4
  • Size: 43.5 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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