Your Complete Food Counter

Your Complete Food Counter

Developed by Simon & Schuster

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2011-11-01
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 2.97 MB
  • Developer: Simon & Schuster
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 15 Reviews)
  • Price:
Your Complete Food Counter App Ratings: 3
Based on 15 Reviews

Your Complete Food Counter App Description

Your Complete Food Counter is the go-to app for choosing healthy foods when you shop, eat out, or grab a snack on the go. Written by trained health professionals with advanced degrees in science and nutrition, this easy-to-use app lets you create a personal profile to customize the info you want to track. The best interactive nutrition guide available is at your fingertips! This all-in-one reference: - Provides calorie and nutrition values for over 21,000 foods - Includes low fat, low carb, ethnic, organic, and vegetarian foods - Includes branded, generic, and take-out foods, plus restaurant chains - Lists calories plus 12 key nutrients - Helps you determine "How much do I need?" for every nutrient counted - Provides healthy eating advice - Contains a comprehensive A–Z nutrition dictionary for quick reference This data-rich app, derived from the book The Most Complete Food Counter, 2nd Ed., lets you carry its wealth of information with you all the time! - Tracks your daily intake against your personal nutrient goals - Tracks up to 6 different nutrients plus calories - Provides recommendations based on your unique profile and accepted U.S./Canadian guidelines © 2011 by Karen J. Nolan and Jo-Ann Heslin. The nutrition information provided is based on the research done by Karen J. Nolan, PhD and Jo-Ann Heslin, MA, RD, CDN to write the nutrition counter book series for Pocket Books. The food values in Your Complete Food Counter app are current to 2011. Additional information included in the app is based on The Most Complete Food Counter, 2nd ed. which was published in 2006 by Annette B. Natow and Jo-Ann Heslin. This App is provided for informational purposes only and neither this App nor the authors or publisher intend to provide any medical or health advice. We do not recommend self-management of health problems and the information in this App should not be used in place of a consultation with your physician or other health care provider.


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App Reviews

  • So-So

    By WestyWindy
    I just got the app yesterday and it is helpful but...there are several items I can't find - or they're so well hidden that it makes things difficult. Also, I haven't found an area to keep "favorite" items to use again. Is there an update coming? I mean to not include something as common as olive oil seems strange. I had previously bought a book by the same people & it it very comprehensive
  • Needs to include way more food options. It is still the only thing out there like this though.

    By Weather 247
    I purchased this app because I wanted something simple. I didn't want to have to put in my weight and go through all those things. I just wanted to look at Apple and pull up the information for it. This app is the only one I can find that allows you to do this but it still needs to include many more food options then it has. For example you can't pull up the calories for a slice of American cheese. Someone somewhere needs to come up with an app that allows you to pull up simple things like the biggest loser complete calorie counter book does. Still if you're looking for simple app that allows you to find out the calories in food is a split-second this is the best out there at this time. At least that I know of. If anyone knows of any others please let us know
  • Unusable

    By Sensualplatypus
    This app was recommended by a dietician and unfortunately it runs pretty bad and is literally unusable. It lacks common food items in the database, runs buggy and sluggish. I definitely regret spending the money on this app.
  • double letters

    By lastblast7
    I am VERY sorry I bought this app. It is basically unuseable! When I type in a food in the search bar, the letters I type double or triple! Is there a bug in this program? HELP!!!
  • Setting your own goals

    By fitness vegan
    the app is great in many ways but it pretends it is going to let you enter your own caloric requirements, but won't let any text actually be entered. Also, it would b extremely awesome if this had a "repeat" function for foods to carry over to the next day and a "meal" function where u could create your own meal and repeat that as well.
  • Not a food tracker, but good nutrition info

    By Ruester8
    I bought this because it advertises both nutrition values information and a tracking function for what you have eaten. It was a mistake. This is a good app for information on nutrition values. In contrast, it is useless for tracking your consumption because you can't add any foods or values. If the food isn't already listed you can't include it in your daily intake list.
  • Great nutrition app!

    By Elizabeth20122012
    Great, useful info and convenient to have on-the-go! Has nutritional info for tons of foods and restaurants. Easy to use and very complete. Highly recommend this app!
  • Please help! Daughter of stoke/heart attack dad

    By Samantha1112373718
    My dad 51 just had multiple bypasses and I am trying to restructure his life and the life of my family. this app would be absolutely perfect only if we could add in custom daily should be soo simple. Right? I like this app bc no other app tracts the total nutrition (cholesterol) so well but with the lack of the custom value function I don't see my Famliy or my dad using it......can you please fix this ASAP I will pay whatever amount you want. Please!
  • Very hard to use

    By Zipgirl
    I don't see how to add a food that isn't in their database, making this app a complete ripoff. Buy Lose It instead.
  • 17 smart books and APPs in One

    By Larrsen
    This is really the War and Peace version of books that I have worn out for years (along with World Almanac or Leonard Maltin's Film Book) and the perfect thing to have with you while shopping or eating out. It really seems to be developed by the authors, instead of a tecchie who just knows how to export files. It seems crazy for dieters who are paying for advice to not just simply use this thing and go from there.