I'm sorry but I don't think this has been properly thought through. 1) a lot of the green foods shown are ones I don't actually like or eat (ever). If you enabled the user to pick a selection of healthy foods that you do like, then show those images, maybe that'd be better. 2) because you're showing non food items, I find I'm not taking any notice of the pictures themselves - to the point that my eyes tend to loose focus and just spot the colour of the outer ring, not what is inside 3) there's no challenge to the game so its boring 4) I made up my weight because I don't ever weigh myself. I go on clothes size and size I look. Overall, it has made absolutely no difference to my eating habits either. The principle may be good one, but definitely needs more thought.
I'm finding this app helps me gradually overcome my mindless eating. I've found myself actually passing up the dreaded snacks left in our work break room to include the always tempting birthday cake. I've walked passed such sinful devils 2-3 times since I started this program. Behavior changing, Placebo, and subliminal or all three? I can't say, but I'm on board and seeing success and using the app daily.
I found myself buying and eating more fruits and veggies and not eating chocolate without any conscious effort. I would suggest adding pictures of cooking and food preparation as I think it would help me cook more often.
It would be great to de activate choices in particular from the green section. For example I am allergic to kiwifruit so feel very uncomfortable pressing it.
Can you make it more individualizable? Is that a word:) for instance I don't want crackers or rice cakes
Ridiculous. Simple as that. Sorry. Not worth the megabytes.
We have added some new features and information:
(1) New users are invited to take the 'app tour' to become familiar with the FoodT features.
(2) We added an accessibility mode for those who experience red-green colour blindness.
(3) More ways to engage with our users: new links added to our website and Facebook page.
Plus some bug fixing, including smoother transition between screens and fixed an issue with notifications stopping for some users.
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