I’ll be posting an update this weekend which will include the following:
1. Fixed the bug in Grouped Items where the total count was wrong
2. Corrected the Daily Budget Calculator which was providing higher calories counts in some cases for men
3. Found a new vendor to provide UPC lookup data (Thank you Fat Secret!)
4. Re-worked the UPC lookup page to make it easier to use
After this, I’ll be re-woring the daily entry pages, especially the ability to copy from the previous day, which I use all the time and find a little cumbersome.
I may re-work some other UI pieces which are getting outdated.
After much thought and consideration, I’m going to have to pull the plug on this app. I no longer have the time to maintain it. I’m a single person trying to maintain/improve this and simply don’t have enough time.
For those who have been helped by this app, congratulations!
I believe if I stop selling it, the apps on your phone won’t be effected, but I’ll verify first before I do anything drastic.
Great article on the different types of fats and which ones help you to lose weight.
This article tries to give the answer. The take away for both groups was to avoid processed/packaged food and opt for whole foods instead, such as real fruits and vegetables.
This article attempts to answer how many carbs should you have if you want to lose weight.
Read this article and find out which ones you should be including in your diet.
Interesting article on drinking apple cider vinegar to help lose weight. If you do try this, usually a tablespoon in water sweetened with a touch of honey works. The best apple cider apple vinegar is organic and unfiltered.
You decide. Details of the diet are here. Personally I follow a personal Paleo diet, meaning it’s paleo, but occasionally I have rice or corn, however I am strictly gluten free for medical reasons.
According to this survey, the DASH and Mediterranean Diet top the list.
This article discusses how having regular coaching sessions can help keep the weight off after someone stops dieting.
The point being missed, is that diets don’t work in the long run. Lifelong lifestyle changes are what works!