Dr. Greger's Daily Dozen

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About this app

Dr. Greger’s Daily Dozen details the healthiest foods and how many servings of each we should try to check off every day from his book How Not Die—now including the 21 Tweaks from How Not to Diet—weight-loss accelerators to help maximize our natural fat-burning capabilities.

All the proceeds from his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements are donated to charity.

NutritionFacts.org is a non-commercial, nonprofit, science-based public service provided by Dr. Greger, providing free daily updates on the latest in nutrition research via bite-sized videos. He has nearly a thousand videos on every aspect of healthy eating, with new videos and articles uploaded every day. Like this app, everything on the website is both free of ads and free of charge.
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May 1, 2022

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8.62K reviews
Marcus Wood
April 11, 2022
Finally a diet/nutritional app that you can actually use. I have downloaded several nutrition and dining apps and found them all to be confusing and personally and possible to use. Upon the very first glance at this app, I instantly realized that this was something I could really do. Just eat the food and check the boxes on each day and you're on your way to the best nutrition possible. I highly recommend this app for those who are leaning towards a plant-based diet. 👍🏻
19 people found this review helpful
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Jingle The Elf
March 21, 2022
This app is the best thing that could have happened to me. Before I had a phone that could handle apps, I made a felt lined poster board of all the categories, and used velcro-backed cutouts to mark my progress. But it's hard at the end of the day, to go back and mark everything. With this app I can do it at each meal, and it helps me know what other categories I need. Looking at nutrition information just made me depressed. But focusing on the categories of good food just helps me feel better.
10 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
May 14, 2019
This app provides the inspiration I need to make better choices. I find myself getting competitive, trying to maintain a streak. The links take you to a wealth of well cited information. This app won't shame you for any slip ups, as though it's saying "I won't tell if you don't". Usually by the time I've clicked as many boxes as I can I don't have room for junk. My only recommendation is for a space to write in notes for context.
46 people found this review helpful
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