Wholesome - Healthy eating

Wholesome - Healthy eating

By Kody Lab Inc.

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2014-03-15
  • Current Version: 5.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 54.80 MB
  • Developer: Kody Lab Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 475 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Wholesome - Healthy eating App Ratings: 4
4
From 475 Reviews
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Wholesome - Healthy eating App Description

Winner of the 2014 Innov8 For health competition, Wholesome is the only experience that collects healthy recipes from the web, allows you to track them, and gives personal recommendations to optimize your nutrition. Wholesome scores recipes out of 10 points on their healthfulness. Points are added for nutrition density and deducted for things like too much sugar or sodium. Scores provide the feedback that allow you to compare recipes and make conscious decisions about what you eat. Read our full Terms of Service and our Privacy Policy at http://www.wholesomeapp.com/privacy

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App Reviews

  • Best app I’ve ever purchased!!

    5
    By Marlarogers
    This app is much needed...and so well thought out!! Any nutrition tracker apps I’ve seen are only for macros (protein, fat, carbs, sugar, etc). But I’m not interested in those....They’re so easy to track on your own anyway. The thing I was looking for was something to show all the micronutrients like vitamins and minerals. And that’s what this app specializes in. This thing is phenomenal. It has a great selection of food when you’re trying to input food into your diary. But the things that blows me away the most is the attention to detail and the user-friendly interface. Any nutrient you are curious about, you can click on and it will bring you to a whole page of information like what it does for your body, what the signs and symptoms are of deficiency and toxicity, what foods are high in said nutrient, etc. And the whole foods like an apple or spinach even go into further detail and you can click on the “tips” tab and they tell how to select them at the store, preparation, cooking, and much more! Bravo guys!! This is truly a fabulous app!! <3
  • Fatally Flawed

    1
    By DestroyandPWN
    As someone who paid for the pro version, I expected this to be my to-go app for reviewing my intake of nutrients. Unfortunately, the app is fatally flawed in calculating nutrients based on user submitted data. I told the app a certain cereal I eat contains 10% of one’s iron needs based on a 2000 calorie diet with a 58 gram serving. I then told the app I had eaten 78 grams of the cereal told me I had eaten 30% of my iron needs. I’m most certainly not a tiny man who only eats 2000 calories. The app clearly has a bug in its calculations. When the app is finally fixed I will change my review because other than that it does what it says it does.
  • Not not very organized/ limited food library in their system

    2
    By Virginia Veale
    I had to spend a lot of time inputting food data as their library is limited I don't find this app very organized. It is hard to go through your days worth of input/ food eaten because it is not divided by meals (lunch, dinner, snacks etc) but rather all the food is lumped together over the whole day. I stopped using it after a week and got a different app where I could really see my daily inputs organized and understand them.
  • Review

    1
    By Rozie96
    Do NOT get this app. When trying to add a food it tells me I have to upgrade.
  • Best for CKD patients

    5
    By AppalachianTrash
    Hubby has Chronic Kidney Disease and must track micro-nutrients. This app gives me a format to enter my own foods and recipes that include nutritional info for potassium and phosphorus, which is critical. I do choose USDA items over User Added as 99.9 times the users did not add anything beyond the food labels which omit those items more often than not. The recipe feature allows me to calculate true nutrition by adding ingredients with a full spectrum of micro-nutrients.
  • Nah...

    1
    By ck_123456789
    Poor interface and you cannot do anything without upgrading. at least myfitnesspal lets you add data without paying for it... plus, this app is really ugly, and not at all user friendly.
  • Frustrating

    2
    By RosietheRiv8R
    This app is good for the most part, but the developers desperately need to figure out a way to differentiate sugars naturally found in fruits from the “bad” sugars because it gives a skewed view of your diet. A barcode scanner and compatibility with FitBit would be ideal. It’s annoying to constantly be adding in the nutrition info. When you pay for an app, you expect this stuff to be worked out.
  • Love the wholesome ap!

    5
    By Swagggggin it
    When you are hungry; it’s usually because you are lacking in certain nutrients. People are wasting money, and potentially damaging their health with unnecessary supplements. The Wholesome ap lets you input your diet and drill down to the specific minerals and nutrients to see what you are lacking. I was using the USDA ap, but it was discontinued, and Wholesome is way more easy to use!
  • No bar code scanner

    1
    By mancyM
    What else is there to say.
  • Easy to use

    4
    By Diggity Do
    Lots of foods in the database and adding new one is pretty easy

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