NutriAid: Written iPhone App Review
NutriAid is an app from Gad Levy. The point of NutriAid is to help you diet. Now we all know that dieting, being healthy, watching our weight, and getting daily exercise is a challenge, but NutriAid is here to help ease the process. While you may still be the one that has to be on a diet, NutriAid does some work by directing you towards a more healthy and fruitful (no pun intended) lifestyle. The app comes with a number of excellent features and a stellar design that will keep you motivated and healthy. If you are looking to become more healthy and fit, I would definitely recommend checking out NutriAid.
To start, NutriAid has a variety of great tools and features that make it an excellent dieting app to have. The most prominent is the fact that NutriAid will customize your diet based on your physical traits. This gives you a level of personal customization that is hard to get with most fitness or dieting apps. The developers have created a unique system to measure out amounts of fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy, meats, fat, sweets, and oilseed that should make up your diet. One of the other impressive features of the app is that it comes with an extensive food list that you can choose from, from a variety of restaurants. The app also comes with a built in intake graph that can give you a visual example of how much you are eating. The application has a favorite foods list, snack alarm, and a search tool. These features combine to help create a dieting app that is just for you. The last thing is that the app works on a point system, so you have the ability to exchange one type of points for another type of points. For example, if you want to exchange some meat points, you can trade them into fruit points. This gives you some flexibility in your food options.
One of the best things about NutriAid is it’s design. It’s optimized for the iPhone 5 and has a great color scheme. The app is very easy to use, easy to navigate through, and has a variety of graphs that can help give you a visual representation of statistics within the app, such as food intake. There are also some social networking features built in so you can share the app.
Overall NutriAid has the potential to be a great way to lose weight and become more healthy. Its collection of features make it well worth a dollar and in case you need to try it first, there is also a free version. In total, it’s an excellent app.
NutriAid – iPhone app requires iOS 4.3 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad devices. This app is optimized for iPhone 5. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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