GPA

The Nutrition GPA™ concept and quiz was developed as a self-help tool for those wanting to monitor and improve their eating habits and nutrition status.

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The Nutrition GPA is also the basis for my 30-Day Nutrition Upgrade™ group challenge. Click here to see some of the research underlying the Nutrition GPA™  concept.

Here’s what users have to say:

“The Nutrition GPA is a wonder! It gently guides you to better choices in an easy, amusing way rather than imposing crazy limits on one’s eating. The GPA history makes keeping track very easy.”

“I have spent years tracking my food in an effort to lose weight. But I tended to track when I was “good” and not bothering when I was “bad.” I finally decided I wasn’t getting anywhere with that. With this approach, I’ve lost 4 pounds. I haven’t counted a calorie and I’m loving it!”

“I’ve wanted to eat healthier for a long time and always got overwhelmed and confused not really knowing where to start. This has been a super easy, accessible way to start.”

“I love that I don’t have to track everything, scour nutrition facts, etc. When I buy packaged foods, I look at the serving size and the ingredients and that’s it!”

“I have been tracking my food forever. But my diet was still very poor and high in sugar. Since using the Nutrition GPA I’ve cut my sugar and increased healthy foods. It didn’t change my average calorie intake, but has helped me drop a few pounds.”

“This program helps me to remember that eating healthful food is not a punishment, and eating occasional “treats” is perfectly fine.”

“The GPA concept really helped me make a mental shift. One “good” day or one “bad” doesn’t matter nearly as much as how your choices add up over time.”

The Nutrition GPA™ is available for both iOS and Android devices. Click here to get more information about the 30-Day Nutrition Upgrade™  program.

 

3 thoughts on “Nutrition GPA

  1. I just started using the app and like it a lot. One thought for an enhancement though. I’m not sure how long I’ll use it, but if I did wind up using it for a long time, it’d be great if the app could show my average GPA over different periods of time (e.g., last week, last month, last three months). Or maybe it could offer a user-customizable rolling average.

    Without that, once you have a lot of data in there, any one good or bad day won’t really affect your score. But clearing your history means you lose all of that good (interesting?) data. The geek in me hates that. 🙂

    Just a thought!

    1. Hi, Beth. As a matter of fact, that’s a feature that we just added to the iOS version, and are still working on for the Android version. So I’m guessing you’re using the Android? One potential work around is to export your data before clearing your history. That way the “geek in you” can hang on to all of your data over time.

      1. Thanks for the quick reply! Yes, I’m on Android. And I found the export option, just wanted it in the app too. Glad to hear it’s coming. 🙂

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