The simplicity of ServedUp will allow you to track your food and drink intake with ease. Rather than counting calories, you can now count your serves for each of the 5 main food groups - Vegetables, Fruit, Grains, Meat and Dairy. ServedUp provides the recommended serves based on the Australian Dietary Guidelines and Australian Guide to Healthy Eating. These recommendations are tailored to you as a result of your age, gender and pregnancy status.
Our simplified food database is based around Australian food and provides one variety of each food - no more choosing between 10 different apples! It is extremely fast and easy to add and edit food in your food diary, and similarly to track your water intake each day.
There is also the option to track key metrics for your health, including weight, waist and body mass index (BMI).
For those interested in learning a bit more, ServedUp contains guides and information to help your understanding of nutrition and each of the factors affecting your diet. Maintaining a food journal can be beneficial when seeking independent professional advice, as well as giving you a clear overview of your current diet.
ServedUp is constantly improving with more features added regularly to the app. We are working as quickly as possible to include these features to give you a better app experience: Some of our future upgrades include:
1. Improved food search suggestions - Favorite, most used and most recent. Updated 21/01/17
2. Food meals - Create your frequent meals and add as one meal rather than separate foods. Updated 27/09/18
3. Body measurements - Ability to input and track more body measurements.
4. Food database - Constantly updating foods and adding new unique foods.
5. Tracking - Ability to show tracked measurements over a longer time period. Updated 04/02/17
6. Single sign on - Fast registration/sign on with Google and social media accounts Updated 21/05/17
If you have any suggestions for improvements or new features, please do not hesitate to let us know.
ServedUp is not a diet app. ServedUp is a way to maintain a healthy and balanced diet in the long term, to help you really achieve your goals. It has been designed to allow the general Australian population easy access to the Australian Dietary Guidelines, which have been set after the review of over 55,000 scientific articles. If you don't want to count calories, count serves!
ServedUp was created by Jarryd Price and Jess Browne (Accredited Practising Dietitian).