Built-in food journal / food diary / meal tracker and macro tracking
Instead of having to use Lifesum, MyFitnessPal or Fitbit, be able to track food directly in the app.
Thanks for your great suggestion! We’re marking this idea as completed! If you are running into MFP syncing issues, switch over the in-app meal tracker.
You can learn more about it here:
Changing everyone to the in-app meal tracker
How clients can track using the in-app meal tracker
This feature is available to everyone with app versions from 7.16 and up.
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Jorden Bench commented
This would be a great feature. It would make Trainerize an outstanding app if it could be executed right for the client to use.
I hate how to use lose it or MFP you need to have a paid version to get the good features.
Jill Brown Fitness commented
Nuno Pires commented
Mel Batterman commented
I use the Lose It App and love all the features and it is very user friendly. Modeling to something similar would be great.
Rob Taylor commented
I love Cronometer?
Sean OShea commented
With the ability to enter custom meals, recipes and foods this would be awesome. MFP also has a massive library but it can be a little out a lot of the time. If we had an extensive library or the option to enter foods of our own that would be awesome.
Gene Cancino commented
I like this idea 💡
Adam Herlick commented
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Mitch Lee commented
Would be the single best update EVER to have it all in house
Sabra Young commented
This 💯 million likes !!!!!!!!!!!
Shaneh-Abbas Jaffer commented
Food selection needs to be on par with MFP otherwise get us to help you buy them out
Bill Sias commented
Better still would be to support Chronometer. It's food database is far superior to MFP plus it tracks micro nutrients.
Jon Hodgkinson [365 Coach] commented
This would be great, but I have a question about how you will build the food database...
One of the big draws to MFP is that it has a vast database to work with, how will you ensure that when launching it doesn't take months to build up that sort of food database / macro values etc?
Yes! Yes! Yes!
Shane Wayland commented
Leave all the options but add the ability to track with trainerize in the app.