Eat What app includes barcode feature for checking ingredients

March 10, 2016 in Health and Fitness (E)

[] Cracow, Poland - We Have Kids today is proud to announce the release of The Eat What app, available for Android and iPhone systems, gives you all the details you need about what you're eating, whether you're grocery shopping, cooking, or dining out. When a user wants to know more about a product's ingredients, they need only scan the bar code for immediate access to the most important information about the item. In addition to the extensive database of nutrition information, the latest version now includes all the latest news and feature stories about nutrition, diet, and healthy eating.

The Eat What app actually does what almost every app claims to: It's innovative, it breaks new ground in health and nutrition, and it solves a problem that makes your life so much easier as you're seeking to make careful choices about the foods that you eat.

Besides delivering all the latest news and informative articles about what's healthy and what's not, the app puts a database of plants, ingredients and chemical additives at your fingertips so that you know exactly what you're eating - and what to avoid, whether it's because of your preference for organic products, any health conditions and dietary restrictions, or simply because you want to learn about the compounds and substances found so often in processed food products.

If you didn't know what abelmosk was before, now you will. "The database has countless entries from all over the world, and we update it weekly," said producer at Kids. "That's just the beginning. We've added a comprehensive news feature to give users access to all the latest news articles on nutrition, diet, and healthy food. Our other in-app options include diets, prepared by nutrition professionals, designed for specific lifestyle or health situations, like when women are breastfeeding or children have allergies triggered by any additives."

The app also includes a handy OCR feature which can be used to scan the ingredients of a food packet label to ascertain the nutrition content and dietary requirements for that food item.

One of Eat What's best features is the barcode feature. Scan the ingredients label on a product while shopping, and if you've never heard of acetaldehyde the app will explain it for you. The app also makes it easy to share info with friends on Facebook, and it never gets old because the app database is updated weekly with new product and ingredient information, and new diet profiles. The producer welcomes interaction, including suggestions for new diet profiles and ingredient entries. The app itself is designed in English, and the iPhone version also offers a free "lite" app option.

* Ingredients database - lots of information from the whole wide world - and still growing

* Barcode with the best existing ingredients database in the world - a tool which allows you to scan the barcode and directly check what this product really contains - Any chosen product can be checked if it meets the requirements of your diet

* An E-numbered ingredients list, determining the harmfulness and harmlessness of the products and food ingredients

*Diet Store (nutrition profiles) - buy a diet that will protect you from diseases and will help you eat better according to your needs, with reference to diseases that require special care as it comes to the choice of food and the preventive actions that have to be taken to prevent further development of the disorder - Carry your own and your relatives' safety always by your side. Diets have been prepared by professional dietitians and food experts that have knowledge in the foods and additives

* It is also possible to create your own diet, based on your preferences. Scan the products, filtering them only to those appropriate for your diet
* Speech recognition - read out the ingredients list and check what you are really eating
* Facebook - share information about your food ingredients with your friends

Device Requirements:
* OS Requirements: iOS 5.1.1 or later & Android 2.3.3 and up
* Compatible with iPad, iPhone and iPod touch
* Size: iOS - Paid Version - 7.8 MB, Lite Version - 8.6 MB & Android - 12 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Eat What is currently available for Free with in-app purchase and Paid version at a cost of $1.99 (USD) with in-app purchase at iTunes App Store in Health & Fitness category. Eat What is also available in Android for Free with in-app purchases at Google Play Store in Health & Fitness category.

We Have Kids is a company focused on one simple goal - raising consumer food awareness. Under the leadership of Kuba Szymonik, the company continues to develop its Eat What app for iPhone and Android systems. The app has a pocket food scanner, ingredients database and diet profile, all in one place. With today's fast-paced lifestyle, people don't have the time to search for and find the right food for their dietary needs. Our goal is to give them a quick yet reliable answer for basic questions like: What is it that I am eating and is it good for me depending on my diets or health in general. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 We Have Kids. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.


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