Check out AppViews.com review of Food RX
App Review – Food RX
A healthy diet is a major proponent in living healthy, maximizing workouts and being healthy into your elder years. A healthy diet can also promote good cholesterol levels, regulate blood pressure and provide ample energy for any human being to operate on a daily basis. The Paleo diet is one diet that has been making a big push in recent years and is based around eating foods that a primitive hunter-gatherer would eat; it has also been dubbed the “Cave Man Diet.”
Food Rx, developed by KJM Production helps users learn about and implement the Paleo diet in a very effective manner. Food RX has an extensive database of over 7000 Paleo foods and helps in tracking weight, setting goals, logging of food consumption and create a shopping list for the foods that suit your needs the best. In addition,Food RX helps track workouts and offers a WOD (workout of the day) for users to help implement their training routines into the diet.
The app is beautifully designed with HD graphics and videos, is very easy to use and will certainly help make more healthy people in the United States and around the world. The app is also loaded with additional features. Use Food RX to: effortlessly discover Paleo foods, filter foods (by favorable, moderate, unfavorable, proteins, carbs and fat), calculate zone blocks for food items, customize a meal plan, create a shopping list, share with your friends and more.
Available for 50% off for a limited time in the iTunes store, Food RX is just $0.99 and is well worth the price for a life of healthy eating. Compatible with the iPhone and iTouch, Food RX has great developers and promises more features in their next update. Including quick weight entry, UI enhancements and more visual progress bars. The developer is open to suggestions and feedback and can be easily reached using the support function in the app. Download Food RX today, eat healthy, lose weight and create a lifestyle for yourself that is priceless!
Here is the link to the review on appviews.com: