Natural Food Guide

App for low Glycemic Index Diet and Healthy Eating

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Never before in history did we have so many healthy foods easily available. Yet, the incidence of food related chronic diseases, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or obesity is rising rapidly. The app Natural Food Guide helps you eat healthy again. It is all in one: a food database, a recipe nutrition calculator and a food diary.
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Follow different nutrition strategies

The app provides adaptable profiles that help you to follow various dietary strategies. These profiles incorporate many criteria and highlight suitable or unsuitable foods for you:
  • Low sodium diet for the prevention of high blood pressure
  • Low glycemic load
  • Low carb diet
  • Healthy fats
  • Natural foods
  • Low nickel diet

nutrition food diary

Track your diet with the food diary

With just a few clicks you can enter your meals and get a detailed overview of vitamins, minerals and micronutrients. This way you can easily check whether you meet your daily nutrition requirements, if you ingest enough fiber or if the omega-6 to omega-3 intake is within the optimum range.

Learn more…

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Nutrition calculator & calory counter

You can also put together recipes and easily calculate their nutrient content. You can find further instructions on how to create your own recipes in this blog entry!

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Detailed nutrition facts

Our app contains every kind of nutrition information you can think of – a total of 46 different values. There is also a great number of additional functions that make the app considerably more flexible than any other nutrition table.

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High protein foods

Are you looking for foods high in protein? Natural Food Guide can help you: You can sort all foods by their protein content. With additional profiles you can also identify the best vegetarian or vegan protein sources.

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Low nickel diet

If you suffer from nickel allergy you can manage your nickel intake with a dedicated dietary profile.

Learn more…

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Low glycemic load

Based on the glycemic index and the serving size the app calculates the glycemic load of all foods and gives them a color-coded rating. This way you can easily see which foods have a high or low glycemic load.

Learn more…

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Create individual criteria

The profiles can be complemented with personal criteria, for example to learn about fiber-rich foods that help with constipation or foods that are low in cholesterol. Our app can also be useful if you need to avoid certain food components, e.g. copper for Morbus Wilson, iron for hemochromatosis or iodine for diseases of the thyroid.
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Follow different nutrition strategies

The app provides adaptable profiles that help you to follow various dietary strategies. These profiles incorporate many criteria and highlight suitable or unsuitable foods for you:
  • Low sodium diet for the prevention of high blood pressure
  • Low glycemic load
  • Low carb diet
  • Healthy fats
  • Natural foods
  • Low nickel diet

Track your diet with the food diary

With just a few clicks you can enter your meals and get a detailed overview of vitamins, minerals and micronutrients. This way you can easily check whether you meet your daily nutrition requirements, if you ingest enough fiber or if the omega-6 to omega-3 intake is within the optimum range.

Learn more…
nutrition food diary
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Nutrition calculator & calory counter

You can also put together recipes and easily calculate their nutrient content. You can find further instructions on how to create your own recipes in this blog entry!

Detailed nutrition facts

Our app contains every kind of nutrition information you can think of – a total of 46 different values. There is also a great number of additional functions that make the app considerably more flexible than any other nutrition table.
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High protein foods

Are you looking for foods high in protein? Natural Food Guide can help you: You can sort all foods by their protein content. With additional profiles you can also identify the best vegetarian or vegan protein sources.

Low nickel diet

If you suffer from nickel allergy you can manage your nickel intake with a dedicated dietary profile.

Learn more…
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Low glycemic load

Based on the glycemic index and the serving size the app calculates the glycemic load of all foods and gives them a color-coded rating. This way you can easily see which foods have a high or low glycemic load.

Learn more…

Create individual criteria

The profiles can be complemented with personal criteria, for example to learn about fiber-rich foods that help with constipation or foods that are low in cholesterol. Our app can also be useful if you need to avoid certain food components, e.g. copper for Morbus Wilson, iron for hemochromatosis or iodine for diseases of the thyroid.
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What our users think

Our users love Natural Food Guide! The app already has more than 570 App Store ratings worldwide with an average of 4.5. But take a look for yourself:
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Hijack849

This is a great app. I am a t2 diabetic and need good tables for carbs and glycemic load. This is very good. Loads of info, customizable and helpful. Easy to use. Thanks!
Great companion
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Ahforff

Great companion on a Keto life style. Highly recommend if your tracking your calories. Gets my top vote 👏👏👏👏👏
Essential
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Only Essential Apps

Excellent app. I was looking for something like this for a while. Any one serious about nutrition and health, should download. Looking forward to more content and updates.
Love it!
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grnbln125

Best Nutrition Facts App! Thank you so much! 💚 👍
Learn more about Natural Food Guide in the App Store.

Overview over all nutritional values in our app

General nutrition facts
Calories, water content, salt, protein, carbohydrates, sugars, starch, fibers, fat, cholesterol, alcohol, glycemic index, glycemic load, glucose (total)
Fatty acid composition
Saturated fat, monounsaturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), α-linolenic acid (ALA), linolic acid, omega-6/omega-3 ratio
Vitamins
Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9 (folic acid), B12, C, D, E, K
Minerals and micronutrients
Calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium, nickel and iodine
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