diet well app for i phone and ipod touch

diet well app for i phone and ipod touch

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diet well app for i phone and ipod touch

November 13, 2009 in Uncategorized

Just recived an email about a new app for I phone and Ipod touch that allows one to track their phe. Here is the info from Cambrooke foods DietWellâ„¢ for PKU App DietWellâ„¢ for PKU app Item Detail DietWellâ„¢ for PKU app splash DietWellâ„¢ for PKU app for the iPhone® and iPod touch® is a companion to the free DietWellâ„¢ web application designed to assist families and individuals in the dietary management of Phenylketonuria (PKU). This app guides you through your meals, snacks, and formula intake by offering phenylalanine (phe) information for over 7500 food items and specially manufactured low protein food and formula products – all at the touch of your fingertips! Uses     Improve Dietary Compliance - learn about the phenylalanine content of your food in order to make better choices. DietWellâ„¢ for PKU provides a quick reference to more than 7500 food items. Know what each portion or recipe actually contains. Know when you need to increase or decrease your dietary phe intake. Save your favorite foods to your "Favorites" list or add new items/recipes to the food list.     Prepare Diet Log - in preparation for Clinic Visit. Use alone or in combination with the DietWellâ„¢ web application, you can now easily record your dietary protein intake using this handy iPhone app. Many U.S. metabolic clinics recommend 3-5 days of dietary records before the clinic visit. DietWellâ„¢ for PKU app makes this easy.     Collect Dietary Protein Data - for use with DietWellâ„¢ web application. DietWellâ„¢ web app allows you to track:             Dietary Protein (now on iPhone and iPod touch)         Supplemental Protein         Wellness Factor         Serum Phenylalanine (blood levels)         DietWellâ„¢ for PKU Log Detail Features     Over 7500 USDA and manufacturer’s product data. Includes data on many specialty low protein food items and formula.     Easy search – by category and subcategory, brand, or type text in the search box.     Save your frequently used food items to your "Favorites" list.     Add new items or recipes to  your food list.     Auto enters current date and time or pick your own calendar date.     Review and edit your daily log entries.     Enter quantities in three convenient units.     Frequent updates adding more nutrients, recipes, and formula products each month at no additional charge.     Help us make your diet easier by emailing your suggestions to dietwell@cambrookefoods.com Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. Let Us Help | Information | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Catalog | Browser Compatibility

3 Reviews of diet well app for i phone and ipod touch

  1. Registered: Sep 12, 2006

    Posts: 0

    Franklin, Wisconsin

    My mom uses this app for Genavieve and she loves it. I have looked through it, and it really seems neat. If only I had an iphone ;).

  2. Registered: Sep 8, 2009

    Posts: 0

    , Washington

    yeah one would think that if they can have it for the i phone that there would be a way to use it on the computer but it doesn’t seem like there is I could be wrong though

  3. Registered: Sep 12, 2006

    Posts: 0

    Franklin, Wisconsin

    Hey Chris, if you go to Cambrookefoods.com the dietwell link is similar to the new PKU app. The dietwell link is not a database with phe information, but it does provide a way to keep a running record of your phe intake, formula intake, and blood levels. I have not used this program in awhile, but if I remember correctly everyday that you record your phe and formula intake you gain one hundred points. You can gain up to 3000 points, and those points can be redeemed for a $15 on Cambrooke foods. I thought that was pretty neat!

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