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Daily Burn’s Food Scanner iPhone App is an Essential Food Journal Tool

daily burn iphone appIf you count calories, food journal, or are simply concerned with keeping track of what exactly you’re consuming each day, then you must try the Daily Burn Food Scanner app for the iPhone. This hot new app might be the best new thing to happen in dieting and weight loss. Using the camera in your iPhone (any model), you can scan the UPC code on packaged foods, and within seconds have the complete food label in front of you. The best part, it will also log all of those nutrition facts for you.

Tracking and counting calories has never been easier, as Daily Burn’s Food Scanner app currently has 200,000 foods in its database. This is ideal because you’re not just limited to scanning packaged, processed foods, you can also log fresh, whole foods – like fruits, vegetables, or meat. While you can’t scan these items without a UPC, you can access their nutrition information.foods scanner iphone app

Daily Burn Food Scanner features include:

  • Scan barcode or type in food name
  • Available for all iPhone models
  • View entire nutrition labels
  • Add new foods by uploading photos and UPC codes
  • Tracks daily calorie consumption

Daily Burn, formerly known as Gyminee, also has a robust site where you can sync your app food journal as well as monitor exercise and fitness activities, monitor your weight loss to goal, find weight loss buddies, and more!

Try the Food Scanner for the iPhone now!

September 24th, 2009

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Tyler Stein

We have a product similar to this, but with our program you scan fruit (the sticker on the fruit). After you have scanned the fruit it will bring up information about the fruit ( Where its from and what farm grew it, etc. If your interested in this app and want to try it out its named greenscans, it is available on the App Store and the Android Market. Make sure to visit out webpage for more info.

posted Mar 5th, 2012 12:19 am


Jon

This idea of scanning a label, logging your food is awesome. It should work with a computer program on a small computer AND scale in the kitchen! That is what is coming .... I have been waiting for a scale that links with a computer for a long time now ... someone please invent it!!!!

posted Mar 8th, 2011 5:32 pm


sherry Meyer

I like where this software is going. Yet, I need daily burn to allow menus for what I feed my family with a space for my portion to click. In my dream world, I'd create my menu for the week w/ its list for the store...zap it to my husband and my ipod/phones (lay it into ICAL for easy reference while shopping) and then use this app as it is and then add that I used 1 portion of the planned dinner meal for that day. Shop N Cook Pro might do most of this, but I want it on daily burn to connect to my work-out and foods on the go in my ipod touch...my husband needs this even more than I do! I hope it becomes a reality soon! Think of all the extra time we will have to work out and see more results on Daily Burn!

posted Dec 16th, 2009 1:32 pm


sara

@Mary. The application costs $.99. I am dying to know what a homeless person can get with that much money

posted Oct 6th, 2009 11:12 am


Mary

Your data is totally ficticious.

I have yet to comprehend how an item has 0 grams fat yet contains 55 grams polyunsaturated fat. Can you explain this to me or anyone else in the general populace?

I highly recommend anyone thinking for even a split second of purchasing this program, that they simply toss their cash into the hat of a homeless person. They will at least receive civic value for the buck.

posted Sep 24th, 2009 11:41 pm



   
 

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