Facts vs. Guidelines.
Until mobile apps came along, most people relied on "Guidelines" given by medical doctors, nutritionists, dieticians and other sources.
Apps are faster changing this - from guidelines to facts.
Now, you even take a pic of a plate of food to identify and size each item on the plate, and calculate the food value (nutrient intake).
FindGoodFood takes it a step further, irrespective of what dietary regime you follow, from Paleo to Vegan, allowing you to balance your and/or your household's Recommended Nutrient Intake (RNI, replacing RDI) - one of the best ways of looking after yourself and/or your kids.
* data tables from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and Food Standards Australia & New Zealand (FSANZ).
This 'spot check' on your weekly shopping only take about 30 mins or so. And worth doing once every 5 years or so, to see how your / your household's RNI* is shaping up.
And find out what natural foods (or Wellness Supplements, if you are happy to take chems) will better balance whatever excesses / deficiencies you may have.
Prevention** is always better (and cheaper) than cure!
** tried-and-tested medical philosophies / practices adopted by the Chinese, Indians and others over past 5000 years.