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Description

Keep track of your healthy, unhealthy and very unhealthy days. A simple approach to diet tracking.

At the end of day, recall your eating choices during the day and take a "conscious" decision to rate it healthy, unhealthy or a very unhealthy day.


Features:
+ Simple and intuitive design
+ Goals and achievements
+ Calendar with breakdown of healthy, unhealthy and very unhealthy days
+ Statistics for last 15, 30 and 60 days
+ Beautiful backgrounds. You can also set motivational backgrounds of your choice in the full version.
+ Minimal interaction: Log your day directly from the reminder notification or using force touch on app icon


Name: Romeo
31 M
Banker, overweight
• wants to develop a healthy eating habit and a healthy lifestyle
• has used many calorie based diet tracking apps

Q: Why did you stop using calorie based food tracking apps?
A: "They are complex. I did it for first week..entered 4 meals a day, but later I did not have time and found it to be very time consuming"



Name: Jenna
27 F
Software professional, active
• fitness enthusiast, knows what is healthy/unhealthy
• now and then, binges! Falls prey to cravings and regrets at the end of an unhealthy day..(probably a very unhealthy day)

Q: Jenna, do you track food?
A: "I used to, but found that I don't need any more. It is too much detail and logging everyday!"

Q: Do you remember how many unhealthy day regrets you had last month?
A: "Umm..no..I dont't..but I had a very unhealthy day last Sunday!"



Name: Grace
45 F
Maths teacher, obese
• eats unhealthy now and then
• wants to develop a healthy eating lifestyle for a healthy future

Q: Why do you eat unhealthy?
A: "I don't know. It just happens"

Q: Why don't you use a calorie based food tracking app?
A: "Do you want me to keep on entering what I eat for each meal? 5-10 minutes just entering food that I ate!"

Q: Why don't you try EatHealthy Tracker? Few seconds to log your day. With entry reminder notification and Force Touch, you can do it in a second.
A: "One second for logging?!"



* The "conscious" decision
Sincerity is the key here. No cheating with oneself. If you made almost all healthy eating choices in the day, you can regard it as a healthy day. If more unhealthy choices, you can consider it as unhealthy or very unhealthy, whichever appropriate.

Note: This app is for people who can differentiate between what is healthy and what is unhealthy. If you find this difficult, we suggest that you consult a dietician and follow a healthy diet plan.

What’s New

Version 1.1.4

Enhancements and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

App Privacy

The developer, RhythmicWorks, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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