Cook your own meals and keep track of recipes, calories and macronutrients. Enter the items you often eat—snacks or full meals. Add information as needed: just calories, or a complete recipe with ingredients and instructions. You can even export all your recipes to create your own PDF cookbook for safekeeping! —and you can share individual recipes with family and friends via PDF.

• Keep track of calories and macronutrients on a daily basis.
• Set a calorie limit, for example for the 5:2 fast diet, or other intermittent fasting.
• Balance carbohydrates, protein, and fat throughout the day, or at every meal.

• A small builtin database has most common food items, and you can easily add foods to the database if needed.
• Calculate calories, proteins, carbs, and fats.
• Set targets for macro nutrient ratios and let Diet Counts help you meet those targets.
• Store your favorite foods, whether a simple snack or a full meal, so you can easily count whenever you eat it again.
• Add a picture of your meal and avoid having to measure the next time: the picture shows the portion size.
• Enter your own recipes, with ingredients, amounts, and step-by-step instructions. Use it as your personal cookbook, and Diet Counts will calculate nutrient content based on the ingredients you specify.
• Create a PDF book with all your recipes.
• Share your recipes with others via email or AirDrop.
• Record measurements of body weight, neck, waist, and hip size.
• Check the journal to see your diet history and progress on weight and body size.
• Setup rewards for yourself to celebrate your achievements.
• Health app integration: When you add food consumptions, or log body measurements in the journal, Diet Counts can share that information with the Health app (proteins, carb, fat, body weight, etc).

What’s New

Version 3.3.1

Fixed bugs in user interface.
Version 3.3: Save all your recipes as a PDB cookbook. Share to friends via PDF.

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

smitrowe ,


Why is bacon not listed?

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback! When we select foods to include in the built-in database, we avoid those where the nutrient content tends to vary strongly from one brand to another. Bacon is one of those. In such a case, you can add bacon as a custom food item to the database, specifying the nutrient content for your specific brand of bacon (if you need help with this, then just go to the More tab and send us an email). We will also continue to monitor user feedback and add food items when appropriate. Hope this makes sense, but you're welcome to send us an email with more suggestions on this.

vitamineffu ,

Unusable Eggs 1 Cup

This app is not really usable. It might be a good platform for a programmer. There is an entry for Egg. 1c not many people I know measure eggs in this fashion. A programmer could build some type on link to a real food database. $0.99 down the drain. Please use my buck to learn better app building skills.

Developer Response ,

When you select food, you can also select the unit you wish to use; for eggs, look under "approximate amounts" and select from the pre-defined sizes such as "small", "medium", ... "extra large". This works also for many other food items (apples, bananas). If you are entering a recipe that calls for, say 4 eggs, you will first select the egg size, then specify the number of eggs.

Biddieboop ,


Do not get this app. It is impossible to use. A waste your money!!!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback. The app has improved much over the past 3 years (since your review), so consider updating and giving it another try.

App Privacy

The developer, Qi Analytics LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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