Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs

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Weight loss, track glucose log

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Medical & Health & Fitness
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Dec 09, 2019

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Jun 10, 2019

The app was okay, I was hopeful and went ahead and paid for the year however when I got inside the app, the lists of foods are limited. I found out I had to put in the foods I am accustomed to eating. There are no meats, chickens, or anything like this to choose from...which are consumed by many daily. If the food lists contained more of the everyday food people eat I would have kept the app. It’s hard enough being diabetic on its own let alone having to enter in your own food, find out the GI, how much it weighs etc so that it could be entered. that’s too much work for an app you pay for. I was hopeful sorry I had to cancel. 😓

Mar 09, 2018

I don't know about you, but I hate being manipulated, and this app has one sneaky, bait and switch app-store description. Allow me to preface the following with this: I don't mind paying for a good/better app. Do it all the time. But, the developer for this thing must be a former E.A. smartphone game developer because they're charging TWO separate $2 in-app purchases for features they've conveniently implied come with the free one; They buried the required purchase part after the main first paragraph where it implies the features come free. You gotta be really paying attention to catch it. Now, I admit that $4 isn't braking the bank, especially for a good app. This app might be good after you've gone through the process of buying all the features needed, but I ain't rewarding them for their deceptive practices.

May 02, 2018

Being a Type 2 diabetic I am constantly looking for diabetic tools that will help me manage my diabetes ... like counting glycemic loads. This app is almost there but lacks certain features that will make this app great. Adding combination foods is extremely important. While this app allows you to add new foods it falls short on convince because you have to know the GI for the food and almost always have to look up on the Internet. Very inconvenient! Still don’t understand the food calculator: does the food calculator exits to create combination foods? If so, how do I transfer the items I listed on the food calculator under ONE NAME to my daily log instead of the multi items that were added. I saw today that all my foods under GL tab in my food table just disappeared ... what the hell just happened? Did I hit a wrong button? It would be nice if I could restore that tab! I believe this app is on the right track, but just not 100% there yet ... I’ll be glad when it is!

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Apr 25, 2019

This is a great app, amazing that it seems only one person has made it. There is a bit of ease of use that could be tweaked (ie when you click the “+” icon it’d be nice if the cursor immediately was in the search bar, instead of having to click in the search bar to type). While there are a lot of options for foods to search, it’d great to have more, but I’m sure it takes time to build this kind of database. Pros: fairly easy to use and record/track GI and GL, pleasant colors, premium version relatively inexpensive. Kind of a con, but...: although advertised “free,” to get much use out of it, you’ll want to subscribe to the “premium” version, but it’s a super nominal fee (at least when I subscribed). Con: needs a lot more in its database to help track more worldwide diets

Jul 25, 2019

I previously had a different version of a glycemic index reference which was much better. This program is terrible. It lacks eg milk, yogurt/yoghurt, peas etc etc. For something as common as sweet potato it had only "raw sweet potato"-- yes, how it is cooked changes the G.I. I would have consider buying the $1.99 version but half of the items I was looking for were missing! The 2Stars are for a fair graphic environment and mostly correct spelling of the words (1 star each). TIP from George W: Potato is spelled like that-- not "Potatoe". If you want to make two dollars on an app by throwing together data, please make sure that your database is more expansive than this "Health Magazine article fold out" data dump.

About Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs

Developed by the Rafal Platek,

who have also released the following apps Expenses Tracker & Manager, Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs, Cholesterol Table: diet aid, Burn Calories & Lose Belly Fat .

Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs has 1 172 user reviews.

Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs has an average rating of 4.4.

The latest version of Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs (3.2.6) ​was ​released on Dec 09, 2019.

You can download Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs ​here: 1087424868 .

Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs Description
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Glycemic Index & Load Diet Assistant is an app that lets you easily browse, search for, and display the Glycemic Index for different foods. The application also helps in keeping a body weight and blood glucose levels measurement logs. Additionally you can access Glycemic Load and carbohydrates contents in foods. There's also a calculator of the Glycemic Load in a given serving. Knowing these values and following a low-carb diet like Montignac, Paleo, Atkins, low-GI and similar, helps avoid weight gain or obesity and lower the risk of diabetes, coronary heart and age-related health diseases.

Do you

want to eat smart?

+ know good food
+ eat smart
+ follow low-carb diets or keto diets
+ control your weight
+ prevent diseases like diabetes
+ fight weight gain, overweight and obesity
+ have the Glycemic Load, Index and carbs data always at hand
+ backup or sync with other devices

The free features of the app are:

+ Glycemic Index foods tables
+ Favorite and recent food + search feature
+ Weight tracking with statistics and beautiful charts
+ Glucose tracking with statistics and beautiful charts
+ BMI calculator

We keep this app free by showing ads. If you want to remove ads or utilize the other exciting features like below, you can have them for a small fee.

+ Glycemic Load list
+ Carbohydrates content list
+ Fiber content in foods and net carbs calculator
+ Fiber content in foods and net carbs calculator
+ Meal content calculator
+ Food diary to keep track of your food, glycemic load and carbs consumption
+ Statistics with averages for daily, weekly, monthly and yearly periods
+ Beautiful charts of the GL and carbs consumption over time
+ Weight tracking with statistics and beautiful charts
+ Future additions to the food tracker, charting and stats
+ Import/export all your data to/from cloud storage
+ No more ads!

So, do you know what you eat? Find out now! Install the app and use it to take control of your health.

GI means Glycemic Index. It is a number associated with a particular type of food to indicate the food's effect on a person's blood glucose (blood sugar) level. The number typically ranges between 50 and 100, where 100 represents pure glucose, an equivalent amount of pure glucose.

The Glycemic Load (GL) of food is a number that estimates how much the food will raise a person's blood glucose level after eating it. It can be used to apply the Glycemic Index to dieting by connecting the GI number with carbohydrates content in a given serving. It gives an estimation on how much a serving size of food is likely to increase blood-sugar levels.

Net carbs are total carbs minus fiber which is indigestible thus it is considered not to raise blood sugar levels.

BMI is used to assess health risks and body structure but does not take in consideration muscular mass so it can sometimes be inaccurate, for instance in the case of athletes or pregnant women.

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Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs was released in the App Store. It is developed by Rafal Platek, who have also released the following apps - {page_data.app_titles| join(", ")}}.

Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs has 1 172 user reviews.​

Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs has an average rating of 4.4. ​The latest version of Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs 3.2.6​ ​​was ​released on Dec 09, 2019​.

You can download Glycemic Index Load Net Carbs ​here

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