Sugars (or saccharides) are glycemically different and deserve delineation. Avoiding sugary foods and drinks is of particular interest to millions with blood sugar issues — Wholesome app doesn’t bother to distinguish either glycemic index (GI) of foods like raw honey or between saccharides such as separating sucrose (table sugar) from fructose (fruit sugar).
I was really excited to use this app. To get full access to the features, I purchased the upgrade only to find the app doesn’t even register that the upgrade occurred. I even tried repurchasing the app a second time, and I get a notice that I cannot make the purchase because I already did so. Finally, the developer wrote me back and resolved the problem on their end. Now that I can use the app, I’m finding it helpful for tracking macros. I’ve noticed a bug or two but overall, seems to be working.
I was excited to use this app but it never loaded to the Pro when I selected to upgrade and purchased in iTunes. 👎🏼 trying to get my money back since it is not restoring to the Pro Version.
I just purchased. I don't know the weight of my food and it seems that is a must. I will be calling apple for my money back tomorrow. Thats just crazy. Who carries a scale around with them. Also why can’t you change the serving sizes to record what you ate. This app is really hard to use for $4.00.
I love how simple it is to figure out which foods I should eat to have better nutrition.
I just started working with a dietitian and have started to “eat the rainbow” to improve my diet. This app is only 1 of 2 that I find that track food by color. The other ONLY track fruit and veggies, so I picked this one. I only just started using it, but love the interface more then more popular food tracker apps. The number one reason I only gave 4 stars is that while it says it syncs with Health App, many items don’t sync data, but just an entry. Meaning, I have about 5 entries that I had potassium today (one I am focusing on), each entry is 0. I would like for ALL the data to sync and not just the most popular. I plan on also sending this info to the developer directly since I know not all read the reviews.
Awesome idea, track the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients you take in and see what you’re lacking and what foods you can eat to make up the difference. I wish there was an option to plan a weeks worth of meals and you could see what the nutritional intake would on any given day. You could then get recommendations on snacks that would fill the voids. Recommend highly!
Complete waste of time. Don’t waste your money on this app. I could find the nutritional value of “egg” at the main branch of the New York Public Library than through the food diary search. This is a scam.
App won’t let me log in... unusable. It was good before, but now I just get a message saying I lost my connection. Please fix. I have the pro version and would like to use what I paid for.
This app is great!! This needs more publicity. it's better than MyFitnessPal when it comes to track vitamins and minerals. I don't like how when inputting my personal macros it has to be percentages instead of grams. But the percentages should still be shown. The nutritional tracker is really good.