Ability to add custom foods to the in-app meal tracker database
Similar to MyFitnessPal, be able to add custom food item like a branded supplements.
Ritesh Bank commented
This will be huge.
For instance, our market is Asia. There are a lot of foods specific to the community that get consumed regularly which are not in the trainerize database already. We can preload these in the app so all our customers can benefit from it
Jared Boyle commented
We would love to be able to preload “meals” from our client cookbook into the clients meals library right away. That way they don’t have to add them theirselves.
Awaiting Coach Assignment commented
Ability to create custom foods and share those with my clients! Instead of just each client creating their own custom foods.
Noradilah Md Jonit commented
Adding my custom meal into the app database so other people can access it. Given that the nutrient content entered is from proven resources like for me I used Malaysia Food Composition Table.
The reason for this feature is to reduce confusion for my client as to which meal to choose from when they keyed in their meal. Also I can help them entered the nutrient content for food that is not in the database. I can insert my initial in the meal name that I entered through the custom meal,and my client can easily search for it.
Julio Sanabria commented
If you create a custom food it will be usefull to share that custom food with your client. That way clients who are not use to know macronutrient especifications can just use the one created of shared. Or the ability to let the trainer update the Food Data Base so the custom foods created can be shared with anyone.
George Symeou commented
Brands yes! but only one version, the correct nutrition data from the nutrition label! wouldn't want it to get messy like my fitness pal is currently with so many versions of one food that you have to validate it by checking website for the real macros and calories.