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Eating Smart Pro (iPad)

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Product Details

This iPad app is designed to provide useful and factual information with a user-friendly interface. It is hoped that each and every user will learn the importance of nutrition and exercise.

Main Menu

Eating Smart Pro

With simplicity of use in the understanding of a complex issue, it is only a few taps to navigate throughout the app to find useful information or instructions.

Information and Instructions

Eating Smart Pro

With simplicity of use in the understanding of a complex issue, it is only a few taps to navigate throughout the app to find useful information or instructions.

Users Listing and User Information

Eating Smart Pro

It is super simple to add or edit users. Track as many users as you wish.

Add Edit Users

Eating Smart Pro

Track as many users as you wish. And choose “Standard” or “Metric” measurements where appropriate.

Food Groups Information

Eating Smart Pro

Retrieve information on the various food groups defined in East Smart with just a few taps. Exercise is tracked in the same fashion as food groups.

My Food – Listing and Adding

Eating Smart Pro

Define your own food consumption for a typical week. How many food group portions per week and what size portion for each food group.

My Current Stats

Eating Smart Pro

Glimpse into the future. Set the future from a month to 10 years. Run the animation and watch an animation of results. Get the details in written form and a diet score between 0 and 100. In this case we are going to look 3 years, 6 months into the future!

Future Stats

Eating Smart Pro

Here is the glimpse 3 1/2 years into the future. The current diet adds 743 extra calories per day so in 3 1/2 years, there is a weight gain of over 72 lbs. This results in an unhealthy weight of over 255 lbs. and notes indicate problems with calories, fat, cholesterol and sugar intake. Diet score is 42 out of a possible 100.

Animation Details

This animation, from the Eating Smart App, demonstrates a beginning BMI of 21 which is considered “Normal” then gaining a considerable amount of weight until reaching a BMI of 35 which is categorized as “Obese Class 2”. This is the equivalent of a person of 5’5” (165 cm) having a starting weight of 126 lbs. (57 kilos) and then gaining 83 lbs. (38 kilos) for a total weight of 209 lbs. (95 kilos).

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