Track your paleo and zone diet with Food RXs newly added features

Food RX - Paleo & zone diet app (AppStore Link)
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Food RX - Paleo & zone diet app
Developer: Kevin Morton
Price: $0.99 Download on the App Store

KJM Productions today is pleased to announce the release of Food RX 1.52, an update to its easy-to-use paleo and zone dieting app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Food RX makes it easy to follow the paleo and zone diets with additional tools for the CrossFit community. Version 1.52 introduces detailed food logging, body weight tracking, quick data entry and other features for paleo and zone dieters. Moreover, users can create custom foods and categorize them as paleo, whether they are favorable, and denote the quantity per block.

This update introduces lots of user requested features and additional ones to better track the paleo and zone diets. On the first view, the progress bar graphics can be swept right or left to reveal additional graphics displaying user logged data or allow for quick data entry. Newly added is the ability to keep a detailed history of body weight. Data is displayed on multiple views and the numerical display on the logging view displays the blocks logged per day. Food RX has been redesigned with a central logging view that displays all data logged per day and users can navigate through their history on the profile view.

Here is a short list of features added
* Swipe to reveal - quick data entry and graphics to display logged data
* Log foods to specific meals
* Detailed body weight tracking
* Central logging view for foods and workouts
* Detailed view displaying all logged data
* Custom food entry
* Search and filter the workout database

Food RX 1.52 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Health & Fitness category. As always we would love to hear from you. If you have feature requests or feedback we welcome your e-mail.

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