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I’ve been using this app for about 4-5 years. They have continually updated it and brought fresh helpful ways to customize the input and tracking of food, water, activity, nutrients, measurements, etc. I personally like that there are various pre-synced food, and that you can build foods that you eat all the time into menus, for easy input. The connection to iPhone health app and wrist worn activity trackers is also helpful. But the customization features are the best. If you don’t care about how many grams of fat you eat no biggie, but if you have a liver issue and need to track that you can. Same with diet that cycle on n off of calories or people like me who have wicked about of allergies so my foods I can eat are limited, but I can double check that I’m getting proper nutrition because it tracks vitamins and minerals “behind the scenes”. If you wanna drop 5 pounds just set a goal and it’ll help you see the calorie or activity changes needed. I don’t use this app every day, I use it intermittently to check on my diet or motivate a change. I found this app long after I lost all the weight gained from having babies. But it helps in so many ways. I am a health, nutrition and fitness teacher, and after much research I found this app to be the most flexible and useful. After about 2 years I finally bought the premium upgrade, totally worth it. Do that early. I never use the “on line” version that syncs w this app. I find the iPhone app to be enough for me.
I've used this food diary on and off for years. It is easy to use and gets easier as time goes on. The bar scanner is super convenient and I have only discovered two or three food items the scanner did not recognize. You pair this app with an inexpensive digital food scale and you will be able to count calories like a boss! Follow a good eating plan and measure everything and you will get results. I would advise that you set yourself up as a sedentary user no matter what level of activity you do. I am up and moving all the time and was racing bicycles a few years ago. The activity setting will give you a basic metabolic level which is the calorie count you need just to maintain your present weight. The sedentary category will give you the lowest "upper" calorie restriction. That's where you want to start and then limit calories below that. It will work! Last April I was at 184. Now it's September and I am at 165! This app has been a tremendous teacher and watchdog for me. It reminds me to be careful about what I shove in my mouth and shows me the cost of the mindless grazing I used to do. We live in amazing times and this app, while not perfect, has enriched my life and helped me healthy and happy. Get this. Don't cheat! Weigh everything and be patient. Move as much as you can. Don't forget that simple walking is a great thing. Good luck!
I’ve used a number of the diet trackers available on iOS over the years, and there’s always been something or other I’ve hated about them. I’ve used this one for a month now, and after the first few days, I’ve become very comfortable using it. The database is more reliable than MyFitnessPal’s, and the interface more attractive. The PRO version (one time payment) allows you to view net carbs, and is easily modified to accommodate most diet types. What I don’t like: As far as the UI goes, only two things bug me. One is the shortcut names that the app eventually brings up for foods you eat frequently—these names aren’t editable, and often aren’t logical or obvious. I’d prefer to be able to choose my own. The other issue is that nutrients tracked can’t be rearranged. On any given device, only so many columns are shown, and I would like to shift the column order so the things more important to my tracking are always in view. The other reason for taking away one star from an otherwise excellent app: The price tag for Premium is about twice what I feel is reasonable. I’m not against developers getting paid for their work (my entire working career was in tech, as was my spouse’s), and I had no issue paying the flat rate to get the PRO app. I’d like some of the features, but if I paid the Premium price for every app I’d like to subscribe to, I’d quickly be broke. Perhaps an additional paid level with fewer benefits might attract more users?
Been using this for a while, if I write everything down and follow my diet plan I can drop weight consistently, and keep it off without crash dieting and rebound binging. I lost exactly as much weight as this said I would during one month. I love the recipe function! I can put in all the ingredients and the serving size and it will tell me the nutrition and calories. Homemade bread, bean soups, pancakes, lasagna. This is a lifesaver for made from scratch items. Stores the recipe too! I can go back and tweak it or just use it as a recipe card to make it again. This is my go to app for loosing baby weight. I log 500 cal/ day (as exercise) for breast feeding and don't have to worry if I'm over or under eating. Baby grows well while I loose consistently. I love how this keeps track of my dietary fiber and that I can just scan a barcode and it finds the food. Really easy to find my favorite foods once I've logged it once. I upgraded to max and now have my Fitbit linked to my account. Makes you realize how few calories you burn on a lazy day. Keeps me motivated to exercise more and I can eat a bit extra if I was more active that day. Love that I get a more accurate picture of my net calories.
I like the changes to the pro version but my overall assessment remains the same. I should be able to customize sodium, carbs, cholesterol, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sugar, etc. per meal or daily totals amount that I want to consume I agree with Helpful......But. I have been using this app on n off for several months. Overall I like this app but continue to use my old app for tracking personal nutrients, i.e. sodium, sugar, etc. consumed and remainder. Because the pro version of this app doesn’t allow u to personalize daily nutrient limits. I like that it has an Apple Watch app and it sends data to Apple Health app. It is easy to add food items. Unfortunately I haven’t figured out how to add a food item that I did not consumed but will consume at a later date. My old app which I continue to use is very easy to do. This issue has made loading food items I consume rarely very tedious. It is one of the reasons I haven’t switched over to this app n continue to enter foods into two apps which is time consuming. I live on a fixed income and $8.99 per month just to track nutrients isn’t cost effective. I personally think it should have been included in the pro version upgrade. Especially since Free and cheaper apps include this feature. There are a lot of features I didn’t want and will never use but got with the pro upgrade.
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Calorie Counter PRO MyNetDiary is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
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Calorie Counter PRO MyNetDiary have a 6 560a user reviews.
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