Wholesome - Healthy eating

Wholesome - Healthy eating

By Kody Lab Inc.

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2014-03-15
  • Current Version: 5.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 54.80 MB
  • Developer: Kody Lab Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 462 Ratings


Winner of the 2014 Innov8 For health competition, Wholesome is the only experience that collects healthy recipes from the web, allows you to track them, and gives personal recommendations to optimize your nutrition. Wholesome scores recipes out of 10 points on their healthfulness. Points are added for nutrition density and deducted for things like too much sugar or sodium. Scores provide the feedback that allow you to compare recipes and make conscious decisions about what you eat. Read our full Terms of Service and our Privacy Policy at http://www.wholesomeapp.com/privacy




  • Best for CKD patients

    By AppalachianTrash
    Hubby has Chronic Kidney Disease and must track micro-nutrients. This app gives me a format to enter my own foods and recipes that include nutritional info for potassium and phosphorus, which is critical. I do choose USDA items over User Added as 99.9 times the users did not add anything beyond the food labels which omit those items more often than not. The recipe feature allows me to calculate true nutrition by adding ingredients with a full spectrum of micro-nutrients.
  • Nah...

    By ck_123456789
    Poor interface and you cannot do anything without upgrading. at least myfitnesspal lets you add data without paying for it... plus, this app is really ugly, and not at all user friendly.
  • Frustrating

    By RosietheRiv8R
    This app is good for the most part, but the developers desperately need to figure out a way to differentiate sugars naturally found in fruits from the “bad” sugars because it gives a skewed view of your diet. A barcode scanner and compatibility with FitBit would be ideal. It’s annoying to constantly be adding in the nutrition info. When you pay for an app, you expect this stuff to be worked out.
  • Love the wholesome ap!

    By Swagggggin it
    When you are hungry; it’s usually because you are lacking in certain nutrients. People are wasting money, and potentially damaging their health with unnecessary supplements. The Wholesome ap lets you input your diet and drill down to the specific minerals and nutrients to see what you are lacking. I was using the USDA ap, but it was discontinued, and Wholesome is way more easy to use!
  • No bar code scanner

    By mancyM
    What else is there to say.
  • Easy to use

    By Diggity Do
    Lots of foods in the database and adding new one is pretty easy
  • Misleading

    By thejaymeg
    Was unable to even enter 1 item into the food diary without upgrading to Pro for $3.99. I uninstalled within minutes.
  • Bugs

    By eddieretired
    Every username, including the ridiculous, he’s already used?
  • No scanner :( No comprehensive food list

    By st2324
    Coming from years of using My Fitness Pal’s extremely extensive list of foods, it was difficult to make the switch to Wholesome. The first item I wanted to add to the diary wasn’t in the database. There was no scanner to add it, and honestly I didn’t want to take the time to add each and every nutritional value into the app. This seems to be a good app if you eat exclusively “whole foods.” Bummer that I wasted $3.99 to not even be able to add one food to the diary! (PS you have to pay that $3.99 to track food)
  • Other reviews

    By Rissagurl062610
    I see a lot of the other reviews include issues, bugs, and lots of suggestions to make the app better. Are any of these items being implemented and/or changed? This app has a lot of potential and I want to support it! But if there’s no betterment than that’s very discerning.