Introducing the ultimate glycemic index app for those looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle! The app features a comprehensive glycemic index & glycemic load chart, making it easier for you to understand the impact of the foods you eat on your blood sugar levels. With a glance, you'll be able to see which foods are low-GI and high-GI, allowing you to make informed choices. Glycemic Index Tracker app features: + Easy to use interface + Convenient search + GI & GL level filter + Sort by name, value of GI, value of GL + Ability to add your own foods + Quick access to your favorite foods + Low Carb Recipes & Diet Plan + Glycemic Load Calculator + Glycemic Load & Nutrition Consumption Tracker + Glucose Tracker + Weight Tracker Benefits of following a low-GI diet: 1. Blood Sugar Control: Eating foods with a low glycemic index can help to keep blood sugar levels stable and reduce the risk of developing diabetes. 2. Weight Loss: Eating foods with a low glycemic index can help to reduce hunger and cravings, leading to weight loss. 3. Improved Energy Levels: Eating foods with a low glycemic index can help to provide sustained energy throughout the day. 4. Reduced Risk of Heart Disease: Eating foods with a low glycemic index can help to reduce the risk of heart disease. 5. Improved Digestion: Eating foods with a low glycemic index can help to improve digestion and reduce the risk of digestive issues. We sincerely hope that this app will help you become a healthier person!
No data for glycemic load available unless you purchase the upgrade.
I was definitely considering upgrading if I found the app useful but when I went to try it it would not show me the glycemic load without a purchase & I consider the Glycemic Index without the glycemic load to be useless so I am just deleting to try other app that will at least be functional enough for me to try them out.
Asked for refund after paying for upgraded feature since there is no food scanner. No response from company. Not happy with the app at all.
And very limited food that you can search Disappointed waist of $20
You must enter amounts eaten in grams. For a person in the US this is awkward and difficult. Makes tracking cumbersome - need to weigh everything on a scale that registers grams. Doubt I will use it much unless I invest a bunch of time in weighing portions I typically eat.
This app was not what I expected and after being charged over $20 for it and not being satisfied there’s no way to contact someone for a refund or and my subscription!
I’ve been using this app for a few weeks now and it is a pretty convenient way to keep a record of what my stats are on a day to day basis. The food database is pretty good for getting a general idea of what foods are ok and what are not. The app is pretty easy to use but it would help if users could tailor the food stats in something other than 100 gram increments. It would also be good to offer ounces as a measure for those of us in the US. Overall, I think it’s worth the money. It’s not going to be super accurate given the variety of foods out there and the variety of portion sizes available. That’s just the reality of life I think. You can add foods to the database using the my foods option which helps a bit in this respect. It’s helpful to me but must be used in conjunction with other data sources to give a user a clear understanding of GI/GL. For a quick way to figure out if a food is good or not, it works well.
Library is useless. MyFitnessPal is an example of a good library. If I could, I’d get my money back
The app showed $11.99 for all included features- but charged me $14.99. I entered in all of my data for my week (newly diagnosed). Disappointing that it doesn’t average my readings or give A1C info- I won’t be using. $15 lesson
It says free and once I press continue I got charged.