Bad user interface Fix your calendar who has time to scroll back through years one click at a time before you can even use the app!. un-installed
Too bad some people don't know how to use their phone. Nice app. Setup was simple and suggested foods Are right inline with my needs as an esrd patient. Remember that no food is perfect. To set a year, tap the current year at the very top of the calendar window and scroll to the year you want entered.
not good advice i put in the registration that the diet was for ckd level 4 with high potassium and many of the recipes contain food items to be known for having high potassium.
On the grocery items, almost all were frozen products. Those are usually loaded with sodium, phosphorus, and potassium. All are horrible for dialysis patients. Please get a dietician to give us tips on the best protein products etc.
Recipes Contain Prohibited Foods Was really excited about finding this app to help with menu planning but after reviewing some of the recipes I was very disappointed to see how many recipes contain foods that are prohibited or discouraged by EVERY kidney disease organization I have reviewed. Someone really needs to review these recipes.
Requires an account. Therefore, I'm out. So tired of everyone wanting me to get an account with them for something that in no way requires such a thing. You just want to track my data.
You can now search restaurants by name.
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