A quick reference guide to the most well known and commonly taken supplements.
* Mark supplements as favorites for quick reference.
* Pick a health topic to see related supplements.
* Locate nearby supplement stores (currently US only).
* Information for over 100 supplements with new additions each update.
* The biological functions and benefits of each supplement.
* The RDA or typical dose (if no RDA has been established).
* Food sources for each supplement.
* Search by keywords.
* For each supplement, an option to buy the highest quality products online from the most reputable online vendors.
The information contained in this application has not been evaluated by the FDA. Furthermore, the supplements described in this application are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Before adopting any supplement or dietary program, you should first consult a licensed health care professional.
- Updated for iOS 11 and the iPhone X.
- Fixed a bug that could cause the nearby stores map view to crash.
- New and updated supplement information.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
As another user mention this app doesn't go into pages and pages of information which is good for me. For a free app its pretty nice.
This is a web based app and will require the internet. I hope in future update they will offer more herbs and supplements.
I like that the app makes suggestions on different aliments. I look forward to future updates.
better than the rest
I've been looking for an app like this for awhile. Something that I could use on both my iPad and iPhone. There are other apps but they often include *too much* info. I only want the quick overview, not 10 pages of scientific jargon. This app is perfect for that.
Also, I don't know why people are comparing this app to Wikipedia. Of course Wikipedia is going to contain the same information -- it's an encyclopedia! It has everything! That said, the last time I checked, I didn't see a supplement store locator feature on Wikipedia or links to buy the supplement, ect.
Doesn't reference known accurate source data
This app looks good and the organization isn't bad.
The problem is that it provides little info and all the more info links are to Wikipedia. It's likely that's where most of its limited data comes from. This is a bit disturbing as Wikipedia should never be treated as a scholarly source, particularly for health information, as many entries include bias (and sometimes downright inaccurate information).
- Kevin Kozan
- 1.6 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2018 Kevin Kozan
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.