Can be frustrating when data is low Overall it's okay. I get mad that I have to have an internet connection for my logs and pictures to be stored. For instance, today I quickly took a picture of a salad I had for lunch. I wasn't connected to the internet, so I couldn't fill out the log for lunch. I forgot to fill it out when I did get internet back. So when I opened the app to take a picture of my afternoon snack, guess what? The picture I had from lunch was gone! I don't understand how it can remind me to eat w/o wifi, but I can't record.
Really well thought out app. Easy to use, encouraging without making you feel rubbish. So much easier than a paper food diary, as well as pretty pictures and motivation. And fits easily with what is asked of me in clinic. Wish they said where some of the pictures they use for the daily changing wallpaper come from.
Good I like the idea and it's kind of motivating to use. For me, the statements/comments doesn't really matter but it does gives some excitement (what will the next statement be? For instance).
Genius Idea This app is incredible. It uses the features that make mobile gaming and social networks somewhat addictive, but uses those tools in a mental health recovery context. It is framed as eating disorder recovery, but with the thought journaling and emotion reporting capabilities, as well as the dozens of coping skills already listed, it seems a useful psychoeducational resource for just about anyone.
Really good Great for weight gain as well even if it's not a eating disorder. I was using this while grieving and it helped me take care of myself, just start slow and don't stress about not recording everything in detail or on time. It's a good habit to start. I need to get back on because I got hit with more grief but I keep thinking how happy I was just to keep up this progress on the app.
I think this will help me through the bad days. I still have to report my food but it is made simple with this app B E D suffer
Food diaries to support eating disorders - anorexia, bulimia, binge eating