Nutrients - Nutrition Facts

Nutrients - Nutrition Facts

By Pomegranate Apps LLC

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2010-10-27
  • Current Version: 7.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 30.55 MB
  • Developer: Pomegranate Apps LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 1,338 Ratings


Nutrients (previously called Foodle) is nutrition at your fingertips! How much sugar is in an apple? How much potassium is in a banana? Discover nutrition facts on tens of thousands of foods complete with all vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fats, fatty acids, sugars, sterols and more compounds like caffeine. Nutrients works completely offline with no internet required! Search our entire database of nearly 200,000 foods without using any data. "After a heart attack I really needed a good tool to determine the fat content of my diet. Nutrients has a comprehensive, well tended and ever expanding database of nutrition info. It's easy to search and attractively presented. Its built in units conversion ability makes it simple to compare servings of like amounts of diverse foods. Best app for this purpose I could find, and I looked at a bunch." ▸ Literally a lifesaver by DanCasali Create your own recipes! Add ingredients and select the serving size to get the most comprehensive list of nutrition facts for your recipes. "Being a type 1 diabetic, I have to count carbs in everything I eat. This app has made it easier to look up the nutrition information on many foods. Truly an amazing app!! Every diabetic should have this app." ▸ Great for diabetics by Diabeticfittie Keep a record of the foods you eat every day! Nutrients features a new and improved food journal with a complete breakdown of your daily nutrition and options to change specific daily values of each nutrient. Nutrients even syncs your journal to the Health app making it easy to see what nutrients your consuming with other apps. "Finally an app that gives a complete nutritional breakdown of food. This holistic approach takes the focus off calories and back onto food as a whole. As a nutritionist I highly recommend it to all my clients." ▸ iPhone's best food reference guide by The Shazmeister Find foods highest in specific nutrients like vitamins and minerals. The nutrient browser sorts foods by the selected nutrient and food category. Find fruits with the highest amount of potassium or vegetables with the most iron. The combinations are endless! "I am getting my bachelors in Nutrition and Dietetics so I am always looking up nutrition information. This is a beautiful, easy to use app that is full of nutritional information! I love it!" ▸ I love this app! by Evbaker92 Create your own list of favorite foods! Use this feature with the nutrient browser to find out which of your favorite foods are highest in specific nutrients such as vitamin A or iron. "Great app! Specially to nutritionist, when a patient ask for some random ingredient we don't know all its values! Works like a lucky charm!" ▸ Great! by Awesome short stories Show and hide foods by category such as hiding meats for vegetarians or dairy & eggs for vegans to customize Nutrients to your diet. "This app is the best food app ever. It has never froze on me and it is so informational. It helps my fiance and I keep healthy and buy the right foods." ▸ Amazing!!! by Kana557 Search for Baked Foods, Beef, Beverages, Breakfast Cereals, Cereal Grains & Pasta, Dairy & Eggs, Fish & Shellfish, Fruits, Nuts & Seeds, Oils, Pork, Poultry, Seafood, Spices & Herbs, Vegetables and more in Nutrients! "An embarrassment of riches! The most thorough and complete nutrition atlas I have ever seen! If you want to know what you eat I strongly suggest this great app!" ▸ Unreal! by Whatrix Search for foods like "cooked salmon" or "egg whites" and perform unit conversions using natural language such as "tablespoons to 1/4 cup" or "cups in a gallon". "Love it! The update is amazing. Very informative app. Especially if you are trying to eat healthier or get more of one type of nutrient. You can eat more of that type of food." ▸ Best app ever by Deen1stApps Nutrition data is provided by the USDA.



  • Very unhappy

    By Dak903
    I know Coca Cola isn’t the healthiest thing in the world but I’m surprised it’s not in the app. Neither were my Cheerios. Layout is cumbersome and no intro for personal input or instructions. I’m deleting the app today...
  • Needs improvement

    By Knope for America
    Knowing your vitamin intake is really great, but not if the app doesn’t have half of the things in your diet listed. Raw ingredients are usually there, but something as simple as an item from Chipotle is not. Super disappointing, wouldn’t recommend the app unless they make more frequent additions to their database
  • Needs Work

    By twigatano
    I’m not confident that this a very accurate tracker. It has a wide range of values for example for peeled potatoes. Seems that should be pretty straightforward per gram... It is also quite glitchy. When adding ingredients to a recipe sometimes you have to put in the same ingredient twice to get the right total amount. But often it will just keep changing the original value. For example, I needed 250 gram potatoes but the max I could select was 200. When I tried to add it again with 50, it deleted the 200 Gram entry. I did figure out that to change the calories on the profile, you have to adjust total grams of protein, fat and carbs. That makes sense. It has potential but at this stage is more of a rough guide than an accurate count to depend on.
  • Totally off!!

    By UtilitarianFemme
    Doesn't have half the food I eat and the food it does have does not match the nutritional values on the labels. Total rip off.
  • I just wasted $5

    By Faythstorm
    I wanted a food journal that logged nutrients as well as calories, that's all I wanted. This all appeared to be what I wanted. Just trying to enter my breakfast turned into frustration: Corn flakes with almond milk. The bar code for my cereal wasn't in their system, ok, I'll manually ... oh, I can't manually add anything. I had to use a substitution to something that was sort of close (maybe?) to what I had. Fine, I'm not doing lab work, I don't need insane accuracy. Now I try to enter my almond milk. Again, the barcode isn't in the system (Blue Diamond Almond Breeze ... that's a pretty standard brand in the US. Maybe this app doesn't use US brands, I'll live) When I tried to find a second substitute for my incredibly simple breakfast, I discovered that the search function is too broad - I was trying to find unsweetened, *not* shelf stable almond milk. I had to scroll through candies, chocolates, non dairy ice cream, snacks ... only to discover it wasn't listed anyway. I'm throughly unimpressed that I bought this, I should have read more reviews.
  • Lacks editing ability; cannot build a “food”

    By .::D-JayDizzle::.
    Starting with the good: tho sis pretty dang comprehensive! It’ll tell you all about things like apples, oranges, eggs, beef, which is outstanding! I was super excited when I saw things like Aminos and Vitamins all broken down. This is clearly not just a macro counting app. Now the bad: I’m a bodybuilder, meaning I take LOTS of supplements. For instance, I am currently taking Carnivore, a bioengineered beef protein from MuscleMeds. The nutritional values differ greatly from the “Beverage, Shake, High Protein, Powder” found in the app, but I can’t add or edit the “food” item. Also, it would be SUPER helpful, since this a “nutrients” counter, and does possess both Macro and Micros, a great idea would be allow users to add individual ingredients and nutrients. For instance, I take pre workout daily, which includes things like Beta Alanine and Citruline Malate. Why can I not add this? Even if they don’t affect the actual diet, and not everyone needs these things (one-time paid addition? I’d pay $10 for this app plus that...), having a place to count my macros AND manage things like caffeine consumption and vitamin deficiencies can ONLY bring this app thru the roof! Final thoughts: The app is useful, yes. But the inability to change, manually input, and customize leaves it wanting. However, the company has had LOTS of responses to comments, which leads me to believe they’ll read this. My advice? Make a paid addition called “Bodybuilding Package” that includes supplements, explanations, interactions, the ability to edit, etc... now THAT would be a 5-Star app! I can readily tell you I’d pay at least $10 for that ability! For some reason, since this app is all USDA info, I feel like I’m going to get shot down on this one...
  • Waste of Money

    By TSUAGD2008_RBG
    What a waste of money! It calculates incorrectly. I ate 1,365kcal on the first day and it totaled that I ate 10,363kcal. Not sure how it miscalculates that badly? I deleted it soon after shelling out the $5 to buy it.
  • Lack of Foods

    By Srkniery
    I love what they tried to do here with the building your own meal part, but they went straight for that and somehow managed to miss what every small and less refined app already had. There’s such a tiny catalog of food options almost none of the food I have in my cabinet or drinks from fast food places in my car have a profile on here.
  • Works, but pretty buggy

    By nathanwiens
    I love the concept of this app, however I’ve seen numerous instances where a recipe I’ve added has a total calorie count, then the calories from fat are massively larger number than the total cals. E.G. pasta dish that’s 459 total kcals but from fat it’s over 1,000 kcals. Curious if it’s calculating the fat kcals from the whole dish and not dividing by servings as is the other nutrition metrics. Also, editing a recipe and attempting to select an icon and the app hangs for a few seconds and doesn’t select the icon. Is it worth the $5 I spent? Not in its current state—I think there needs to be some more QA and ingredient database improvements (no pure maple syrup, let alone organic?). Hoping for an update soon!
  • I wish I could get my money back

    By Joshua.Drew
    This was an expensive app. And it’s rudimentary. The info is hard to use, and requires too much input to track your dietary intake compared to several free apps out there. Save your money and use MyPlate.