Learn the evidence-based way to eat for the one, unique you. Access your Habit Nutrition Test Results, personalized Habit Nutrition Plan, and tools for staying on track:
* Know what to eat anywhere - Have your personalized plan in hand at grocery stores and restaurants.
* Know how much to eat - See simplified daily servings and portion sizes based on your biology and goals.
* Know what to cook - Put your plan into action with weekly recipes crafted for you.
* See what’s unique about you - Get insights into your biology with your Habit Test Results.
* Build habits that have an impact - Choose from a selection of habits recommended for you, and track your progress daily.
* See your achievements - Celebrate your successes as you build new eating habits and meet weight goals.
* Keep up with Habit Ally, your guided weight-loss program - Track your progress and get tips and insights created by our registered dietitians.
* Integrate with your Fitbit(R) - Know exactly how much to eat on days you’re active.
* Track what you eat - Snap photos of your meals to instantly create food journal entries.
All services require purchasing a Habit product. After you’ve completed your at-home Habit test, use this app to see your results and be guided on your path to the new you.
To start your Habit journey, visit Habit.com.
As the antidote to the one-size-fits-all diet world, Habit helps you eat right for your unique biology. Find out more at habit.com.
- Improvements to the food journal
- Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Ok but needs some work
I love the program! But the app doesn’t have the same functionality as the website. My main complaint is that you can’t view recipes on the app. Also, habit REALLY needs to look at other sources to input activity besides Fitbit. I have an Apple Watch and that is not compatible with Fitbit! Even if there was a way for me to input my activity ring information each day Ans habit did what they need to with their algorithms, that would be huge
Needs work since last update
I never had any issues with the old version and while the new version is a cleaner design, the functionality of the journal is terrible now. Some of my entries aren’t being saved, the date stamp for photos is no longer when the pic was taken but the time of entry, and once a time and date have been entered they can’t be changed. Also something about the right justification for the description is adding spaces, and changing every single “i” to an uppercase. It’s taking me 4 times as long to input an entry than it did before the update. If this keeps up I’m not going to want to use it because it’s frustrating.
I wish that the app took data inputs other than Fitbit. I have an Apple Watch and I’m using this app on my iPhone which has the Health app, surely there is a way to input that data. Finally since the recommended foods are given in servings/units, I really wish there was a way I could keep track of how many of those I was eating each day. That would help me way more than the way the journal is currently set up. Knowing how many veggie or protein servings I had left for the day would encourage me to make better choices.
Also the meal description really should be a separate entry from the other comments about the meal.
As someone who uses the Weight Watcher App, the WW App is the gold standard. While the Habit App tells me my DNA and blood test results, and tells me I’m a Plant Seeker, it doesn’t do much on the nutrition side to efficiently integrate that advice into my life. The WW App is well-integrated, comprehensive and easy to use. Habit has a lot of potential, but it is little more than static raw data at this time that influences the food choices that I consume and then record in the WW App. As far as I can determine, once I have my raw data from Habit, their App is not a useful daily tool as compared to the WW App, which I use for every bite that goes in my mouth.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.