Freeletics Nutrition 4+

Your Clean Eating Coach

Freeletics GmbH

    • 4.4 • 965 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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No matter if you want to lose weight or gain mass - what you eat is a pillar of how you look, feel and perform. Want to get in shape and become the best version of yourself? With the Freeletics Nutrition Coach you’ll finally be able to adjust your nutrition to your individual needs and goals. Here’s how:

- More than 330 easy recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- Nutritious and tasty meals: learn how to prepare veggies, meat, fish and fruits the healthy way.
- Vegetarian or pescatarian? Freeletics Nutrition adapts to you.  
- Individualized nutrition plans, based on your goals and preferences.
- No calorie counting. Only one measurement: Fast and visible results.
- Scientifically proven nutritional concept, easy to integrate in your daily life.

Register for free and get access to a selected pool of recipes now. Get your Nutrition Coach and benefit from individualized nutritional plans, intelligent digital coaching, unlimited access to diverse and seasonal recipes, and many other features.

Benefit from the most personalised and digital nutrition Coach. A companion who helps make healthy eating your new lifestyle. No more guilt. No more "I don't have time for nutrition". Leave all the time consuming tasks like planning, deciding on recipes and determining the quantities to your Coach. He's there to make life easier for you.

- Nutritional daily plans with recipes and portion sizes, completely tailored to you and your progress.
- Easy weekly planning with an integrated shopping list.
- Nutritional tips for those who are busy or eat out frequently.
- Tips, tricks, and motivation for healthy living.
- Did you train? Log your training so the Coach can adapt your portion sizes and keep you energized.
- Track your progress in your individual user profile.  

Get support from your Freeletics Nutrition Coach and let your goals and needs determine the way you eat.
Eating healthy shouldn’t be an exception. It should be your daily life. And we are here to help make that happen.

Calories count, but don’t solely count on calories. With Freeletics Nutrition, you will learn more about the so called “Clean Eating” concept and find out why eating high quality, unprocessed foods and keeping track of your nutrient intake is essential for reaching your goals.

By the way: Freeletics Nutrition is also the ideal complement to Freeletics Bodyweight. A training method with a community of over 25 million registered users and the most effective digital training Coach out there. 5-30 minute workouts, bodyweight only. Train anywhere, anytime.

The download and usage of Freeletics Nutrition is free of charge. Get your personal nutrition plan and further features with the Coach, which is available in the app with a subscription. The subscription costs 34.99$ for 3 months and 79.99$ for 12 months. If you decide to subscribe you will pay the price set for your country, as shown in the app. The payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews if it is not cancelled within 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your account will be charged for the next subscription period up to 24 hours prior to the current subscription expiring. It is not possible to cancel an existing in-app subscription. You can disable the automatic renewal function at any time by adjusting your account settings.

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Version 1.30.1

A dash of salt, a squeeze of lemon. Small changes make big differences in recipes. Same with apps, so we've fixed a few things for you!
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
965 Ratings

965 Ratings

Ashley62795 ,

Great for keeping you on track

This app is pretty great. There are lots of options, the meals are pretty good, and you can tailor it to your dietary preferences. My only issue with it is that it calls for a small portions of ingredients that can only be purchased in a set quantity. For example, if a recipe calls for 2/3 of a can of beans, or 1/2 of a banana, the leftovers don't get used in another recipe. So if you were trying to follow the app closely, it's hard to find a recipe that will use the other 1/3 of the beans or the other 1/2 of the banana. I don't like wasting food so I have to divert away from the app to get the rest of the food cooked/eaten.

brookie.pants ,

Good App, Could Be Great

I used to use this for meal planning back in early college days when I was an athlete and didn’t know how to eat or cook. Recently downloaded it again to encourage me to quit ordering food and get my full servings of fruits and veggies and the recipes are delicious and nutritious. I am always full after a meal, and usually have food leftover. I just have a few issues with the app overall that most people have already mentioned. You can know you’re repeating meals, but the app makes it difficult to track that and so many of the meals are to be cooked and eaten immediately which isn’t always practical (especially for work lunches). Right now, you can only filter based on diet (no red meat, pescatarian, vegetarian, vegan, etc) and while I can easily monitor my own allergens, I would like at the very least to be able to say “don’t suggest this recipe again” or “don’t show me for [x amount of] days.” My biggest gripe is that it doesn’t allow for you to shop seasonally. It would make my life so much easier if I could filter based on the season so that I don’t have to constantly search for an alternative meal because the app wants me to shop like it’s mid summer instead of mid winter and my budget says no.

Slashfail ,

Decent recipes, but impractical

The good: this app breaks down what you should eat, including portion sizes, for five meals a day (including two snacks). It generates meals for a whole week and has a shopping list function to collect items you need. I’ve really enjoyed some of the meals I’ve had through it and it’s helped me figure out how to eat better, even in a week.

The bad: no regular person will shop for a different meal a day with completely different ingredients, especially if they’re just starting out. I spent two hours on a Sunday flipping through all the recipe options to make a cohesive shopping list, but not every meal is available on every day for whatever reason, which is suboptimal for tracking and cooking, too. There’s also no way to add in modifications to track general calories or how well you’re keeping on track. Some recipes are also just strange — e.g., three pieces of bread for two slices of turkey, or three hard boiled eggs for one meal (that’s way too much egg).

This is a good guide and I’ve made some delicious stuff, but it’s way too overwhelming and not nearly flexible enough. I use it in conjunction with MyFitnessPal to track modifications and how I’m doing for the day.

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