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Nutrition Assistant

Mastering Food Intolerances and Nutritional Goals with Expert Advice!

Nutrition Assistant is a nutrition and diet app designed to make tracking and managing dietary intake easy and efficient. Key features include:

  1. Nutrient and Calorie Tracking: The app allows users to count calories and track macros simply by taking pictures of their meals. It also categorizes food into groups like dairy, bread, fruit, vegetable, and meat for a varied diet understanding.

  2. Recipe Discovery and Customization: Users can find healthy recipes that match their dietary preferences, with filters for diet labels, cuisine types, and allergens. Recipes include cooking instructions and pre-calculated nutrition information.

  3. Integration and Data Sharing: Foodzilla integrates with health apps like Apple Health and Fitbit, enabling automatic activity tracking and syncing of food and nutrition intake. Users can share data with nutritionists, dietitians, and personal trainers.

  4. Comprehensive Nutrition Tracking: The app tracks a wide range of nutrients including fats, protein, carbs, sugar, fiber, cholesterol, vitamins, and minerals. It also allows users to log water intake and maintain a food diary.

  5. Goal Setting and Progress Tracking: Users can set multiple health goals such as weight loss, strength gain, or understanding food. The app provides progress charts and insights into nutrient distribution, frequent ingredients, and missing minerals in the user's diet.

  6. Global Food Database Access: It offers access to food composition databases from various countries including New Zealand, Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom.

  7. Ad-Free Experience: The app is free from in-app purchases and advertisements, focusing solely on providing a seamless nutritional tracking experience‚Äč‚Äč.

Have food intolerances? Seeking weight loss recipes? Ask Nutrition Assistant for tailored advice and delicious recipes catered to your unique needs. Your journey to wellness starts here.

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