Nutrients - Nutrition Facts

Nutrients - Nutrition Facts

By Pomegranate Apps LLC

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2010-10-27
  • Current Version: 7.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 30.55 MB
  • Developer: Pomegranate Apps LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 1,299 Ratings


Nutrients (previously called Foodle) is nutrition at your fingertips! How much sugar is in an apple? How much potassium is in a banana? Discover nutrition facts on tens of thousands of foods complete with all vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fats, fatty acids, sugars, sterols and more compounds like caffeine. Nutrients works completely offline with no internet required! Search our entire database of nearly 200,000 foods without using any data. "After a heart attack I really needed a good tool to determine the fat content of my diet. Nutrients has a comprehensive, well tended and ever expanding database of nutrition info. It's easy to search and attractively presented. Its built in units conversion ability makes it simple to compare servings of like amounts of diverse foods. Best app for this purpose I could find, and I looked at a bunch." ▸ Literally a lifesaver by DanCasali Create your own recipes! Add ingredients and select the serving size to get the most comprehensive list of nutrition facts for your recipes. "Being a type 1 diabetic, I have to count carbs in everything I eat. This app has made it easier to look up the nutrition information on many foods. Truly an amazing app!! Every diabetic should have this app." ▸ Great for diabetics by Diabeticfittie Keep a record of the foods you eat every day! Nutrients features a new and improved food journal with a complete breakdown of your daily nutrition and options to change specific daily values of each nutrient. Nutrients even syncs your journal to the Health app making it easy to see what nutrients your consuming with other apps. "Finally an app that gives a complete nutritional breakdown of food. This holistic approach takes the focus off calories and back onto food as a whole. As a nutritionist I highly recommend it to all my clients." ▸ iPhone's best food reference guide by The Shazmeister Find foods highest in specific nutrients like vitamins and minerals. The nutrient browser sorts foods by the selected nutrient and food category. Find fruits with the highest amount of potassium or vegetables with the most iron. The combinations are endless! "I am getting my bachelors in Nutrition and Dietetics so I am always looking up nutrition information. This is a beautiful, easy to use app that is full of nutritional information! I love it!" ▸ I love this app! by Evbaker92 Create your own list of favorite foods! Use this feature with the nutrient browser to find out which of your favorite foods are highest in specific nutrients such as vitamin A or iron. "Great app! Specially to nutritionist, when a patient ask for some random ingredient we don't know all its values! Works like a lucky charm!" ▸ Great! by Awesome short stories Show and hide foods by category such as hiding meats for vegetarians or dairy & eggs for vegans to customize Nutrients to your diet. "This app is the best food app ever. It has never froze on me and it is so informational. It helps my fiance and I keep healthy and buy the right foods." ▸ Amazing!!! by Kana557 Search for Baked Foods, Beef, Beverages, Breakfast Cereals, Cereal Grains & Pasta, Dairy & Eggs, Fish & Shellfish, Fruits, Nuts & Seeds, Oils, Pork, Poultry, Seafood, Spices & Herbs, Vegetables and more in Nutrients! "An embarrassment of riches! The most thorough and complete nutrition atlas I have ever seen! If you want to know what you eat I strongly suggest this great app!" ▸ Unreal! by Whatrix Search for foods like "cooked salmon" or "egg whites" and perform unit conversions using natural language such as "tablespoons to 1/4 cup" or "cups in a gallon". "Love it! The update is amazing. Very informative app. Especially if you are trying to eat healthier or get more of one type of nutrient. You can eat more of that type of food." ▸ Best app ever by Deen1stApps Nutrition data is provided by the USDA.



  • Works, but pretty buggy

    By nathanwiens
    I love the concept of this app, however I’ve seen numerous instances where a recipe I’ve added has a total calorie count, then the calories from fat are massively larger number than the total cals. E.G. pasta dish that’s 459 total kcals but from fat it’s over 1,000 kcals. Curious if it’s calculating the fat kcals from the whole dish and not dividing by servings as is the other nutrition metrics. Also, editing a recipe and attempting to select an icon and the app hangs for a few seconds and doesn’t select the icon. Is it worth the $5 I spent? Not in its current state—I think there needs to be some more QA and ingredient database improvements (no pure maple syrup, let alone organic?). Hoping for an update soon!
  • I wish I could get my money back

    By Joshua.Drew
    This was an expensive app. And it’s rudimentary. The info is hard to use, and requires too much input to track your dietary intake compared to several free apps out there. Save your money and use MyPlate.
  • Nutrients

    By Anonymousrgb
    This does not work on my iPhone. I think it was designed for Android.
  • Very useful app, crashes often

    By Reason for four stars
    Nutrients is a handy app for seeing my overall nutrition, and especially useful in detecting gaps. I just started a vegetarian/pescatarian diet and Nutrients is helping me maintain a healthy balance of vitamins, protein, etc. But the app crashes at least twice per session. This is tedious, and particularly irritating since Nutrients is a paid app.
  • Big disappointment

    By Lhomey
    I was so hopeful when I found this app! I wanted to input my own recipes and see a breakdown of nutrition per serving, which it does have the capacity to do. However... 1) the ingredient library is VERY limited, forcing me to input brands I didn’t use and just “hope” the nutritional value was similar to the brand I did use; 2) the only measurements option is metric (no option to measure in imperial measurements and, unfortunately, I don’t know the conversions off the top of my head, so I need an additional conversion app to use this app!); and 3) its not very intuitive in its setup and menu options. I wish there were a way to return an app... I just wasted $5 on this and I’ll never use it!
  • Lacking

    By rdav31
    Pros - nice overview - relatively simple to use Cons - only gives percentages for your journal summary and no breakdown of actual grams, etc - the percentage summaries are based on some random daily amount. Doesn’t allow you to input your intake needs. Ie, If you workout and have higher calorie needs, it still assumes a 2,000 calorie diet. - to the same point as above, would like to adjust the targets I have to be individualized. Protein, fat, etc - no ability to breakdown meals. Only daily intake Just a basic app with a little more nutrient info than some of the others so may suit some people but anyone that actually takes nutrition halfway serious will find this app lacking. Back to trying to use a spreadsheet and out $5. Better than the apps that charge a big monthly fee I guess
  • Confusing

    By dknj925
    This app is so confusing and complicated. Just trying to find a food is difficult. I also tried to scan a bar code on a very commercial bread and it couldn’t be found! Way too much work
  • Can I give it half a star?

    By wcapellan
    This app does not do what it describes it does. I cannot create my own recipe and calculate the nutritional facts, which is the sole reason why I bought this app. The button is there but it is not functional. When creating a recipe, ingredients are not added. Also, not all ingredients are listed. Shouldn’t it have a search bar so we can add ingredients not listed? But this last point is irrelevant if when adding an ingredient to the recipe, the ingredient never is added to the recipe.
  • iWatch — does not work on

    By flyer1962
    It looks like the app works in iWatch, but every time I try to open it, it crashes— doesn’t open — watch is brand new — there are pix of the app on a watch, but looking in the spex the watch is not listed— wanted this for my college-age son who has Type 1 — bummer — would love it to work if it can’t— refund please? Thanks.
  • Limited foods... no option to add your own food brands

    By NeedsAccuracy
    Nice app if you're not concerned with accuracy. The food journal nutrition information doesn't tell you the total quantity (mg, mcg, IU, etc.) of the vitamin or mineral, it only shows a percentage you have consumed. The total vitamins and minerals needed for males and females is different and the app doesn't ask for sex to calculate the correct RDIs. The app advertises thousands of foods. This is true, but still the selection doesn't include any of my healthy organic and/or gluten free staples. Additionally there isn't an option to add your own food brand's nutrition information into the app so that the displayed nutrition facts are accurate.