Synopsis: FoodNoms helps you count calories and track macros.
Price and Platform: Free with a premium upgrade option. iOS only.
RDN Score: 5/5
- Perfectly polished design includes home screen widgets making it easy to track calories, macros, water and fasting hours on one screen.
- Scan nutrition labels to quickly gather data.
- Record nutrition details noting where you are entering accurate or approximate calories and macros data.
- Track daily averages and gain daily, weekly or monthly insights about your personal nutrition.
- Log and track water and other drinks.
- Create recipes and plan meals using a variety of ingredients and save meals and custom foods.
- Save frequently logged meals for quick and easy recall.
- Data is stored in your personal cloud account with no requirement to provide an email address so you can protect your name and privacy.
- Integrates directly with the Apple Health app, Siri and Shortcuts.
- Users can select motivations from losing, gaining or maintaining weight to improving heart health and practicing intermittent fasting.
- Option to add goals around water, caffeine, alcohol and individual nutrients such as calcium, magnesium and iron.
- Can access the community food database or opt out to keep your food logs a bit more accurate.
- Create food by manual entry or scanning a nutrition label, and easily enter recipes and meals logs.
- Switch from calories to kilojoules and change regional settings such as enabling carbohydrates by difference or showing 100g/ml options.
- Not appropriate for anyone sensitive to or negatively triggered by tracking their food and meals.
- Diet choices are very limited with options only for low-carb, high-protein and keto diets.
Bottom Line: Though not appropriate for anyone negatively triggered by calorie counting and logging, FoodNoms is made for dieters and anyone who wants to track what they eat.