Congratulations! You're pregnant! As an expectant mother, I'm sure you've begun learning about all the lifestyle changes you'll need to make for the benefit of your growing baby. One of the most important are your dietary choices, and navigating the tangled mass of restrictions, cautions, and recommendations can be stressful.
This app aims to make that a bit easier! At the core of Pregnant Eating is an 8,500+ item food database. Simply search for the food you're unsure about, and Pregnant Eating will guide you into making a determination about that food's impact, in an easy to read screen. Green means eat up. Yellow means eat up as long as you follow a few precautions. Red means avoid! With each easy to read color is a description explaining why that particular food may be potentially unsafe.
If searching for your food is too much work, try out the barcode scanner! Simply scan the barcode from the food's container, and Pregnant Eating will guide you that way! Note that not every food is present in the barcode scanner, but it can be a handy shortcut for many foods!
This app was developed by an expectant first time dad. As such, maintaining a database of that many foods can be time consuming! You can help by reporting any errors in the database's recommendations, spending 99 cents to remove the small banner ad at the bottom, or buying any of my other apps!
Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Pregnant Eating: A Guide to Safe Dietary Choices for Expectant Mothers is a free software application from the Health & Nutrition subcategory, part of the Home & Hobby category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2014-01-29. The program can be installed on iOS.
Pregnant Eating: A Guide to Safe Dietary Choices for Expectant Mothers (version 1.3) has a file size of 21.81 MB and is available for download from our website.
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