That application is Fooducate, it has been thee best health application I have ever had. Like many other health apps I had to enter my height, weight, activity level, and ultimate weight goal. Once that information was put in I got to the core of Fooducate which is the immersive food database. I eat some odd foods that I didn't believe would be in the database, but as soon as I scan the barcode of any food that I eat Fooducate gives that food a grade. The grade is based on calories, fat, sugars, and many more factors. Fooducate didn't just find some random person and give them a bunch of money to give grades to foods, each food has an explanation page so that if you disagree with a grade you can see why it received the grade that it did. For example I have gone from Kashi waffles to Eggo. I figured the grades would be similar, I was wrong. Kashi waffles recieved a grade of B and Eggo got a C+. Not crazy but when I clicked on explanations for the Egoo waffles I saw that Eggo waffles have tiny amounts of real fruit, contain controversial artifical colors, controversial additive TBHQ, are highly processed and have no whole grain. Once the current box of Eggo waffles are gone I will be going back to Kashi. Fooducate does this for every piece of food that enters my body, I have yet to scan an item that is not in the Fooducate database, that alone would have me sold on the app.
From daily tips to healthy recipes Fooducate has it all. I encourage everyone to give it a try, as someone living with diabetes this app is amazing!! It may not be the best app for everyone but for me it has me eating right and not worrying so much about calories and fat because it gives me limits. My goal is to only eat foods that are rated above a C+ if I do that I won't have to worry about my weight or if I'm healthy because Fooducate is doing all the work for me.