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Track and Improve Your Eating Habits in Just 2 Minutes a Day

Singled out by The New York Times as one of 4 Best Diet Tracking Apps, the free Nutrition GPA app can help you change your eating habits for the better...and for good.

This is not your usual diet tracker.

Developed by a licensed nutritionist, this FREE, easy-to-use app helps you understand and improve your eating habits without having to track every single calorie.

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Monica Reinagel, MS, LDN

Step 1

Each day you'll simply answer ten quick questions about what you ate and get a grade for the day. Everyone loves getting A's right? But a grade of B or better what you're going for.

Step 2

Your daily grades are averaged to reveal your Nutrition Grade Point Average. And don't worry too much if you get a bad grade one day. It's how your habits average out over time that counts.

Step 3

The app will keep track of your progress and help you improve each day! Your diet doesn't have to be perfect in order to be healthy! A Nutrition GPA of B or better is all you really need!

A Healthier You is Just Two Minutes a Day Away with Nutrition GPA

Get your free Nutrition GPA app today!

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.

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.

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