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.

+ 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: " 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 1.1.2

Minor UI tweaks

Ratings and Reviews

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RhythmicWorks Software LLP
65.3 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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  1. Premium upgrade $2.99


  • Family Sharing

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

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