Color Food Diary

Color Food Diary

By Kim Berry

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2018-07-24
  • Current Version: 0.9.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 29.96 MB
  • Developer: Kim Berry
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    /5 ( 0 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free

Color Food Diary App Description

A Simple, Beautiful Food Diary. Quickly, intuitively log what you eat and improve your eating behaviour immediately. There are plenty of food diaries out there. Some have food lists so big it can be difficult to know the right food to select. While others only need a photo, but don't provide you the nutritional information you need to monitor your intake. The Color Food Diary has just the right amount of detail and a simple, beautiful design that helps you find what you're looking for quickly. Features include: • Browse the most popular foods by color or alphabet • Swipe and scroll find and add food items to your diary • Quickly add food items using popular presets or edit for accuracy • Save your favorite foods and access them with the pull-down gesture • Create custom food items that only you can see Acknowledgements: Food icons designed by Smashicons from Flaticon (www.flaticon.com). Nutritional data sourced from Fddb (Fddb.info) Development support by Anastasia Yastrebova.

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Color Food Diary App Reviews

  • Great app!! Love the food colors!

    5
    By BenGenGal
    I had no idea that my diet was so unbalanced until I downloaded this app. Today, for instance, I logged nothing but brown foods. Looking back, I realized I ate nothing but starches! That’s not so bad except I didn’t eat any foods of any other color. So I went ahead and bought some green leafy vegetables and some red oxidant-rich berries so that tomorrow I’ll be getting the Vitamin B12 and Vitamin K that I obviously missed out on today. A good diet is a well-balanced diet, and this app has certainly helped me to eat better. It’s also fun, and easy to use. The only drawbacks were one or two misspelled words (like “completed”) ... that’s really no big deal though. Maybe they could make it so that you can delete some of the custom-added foods in case you make a mistake in creating one. Other than those minor things, it’s a terrific app!

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