Whole Eating 30 Day Meal Plan, Tufnc Mobile Apps

Whole Eating 30 Day Meal Plan

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  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2017-12-18
  • Current Version: 1.1.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 66.00 MB
  • Developer: Dress to Impress Wedding, Prom & Special Occasion Dresses & Costumes
  • Compatibility: Android | iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 108 Ratings
$3.99 On itunes


This app is the ultimate tool for 30-days of whole-eating. By following the 30-day set menu of clean proteins and vegetables and using the handy, pre-made weekly shopping lists and daily prep instructions and recipes, you will be able to clean up your eating habits and feel great without all of the legwork. Features: * Menu * This app includes a set meal plan for 30 days of scrumptious whole 30 compliant eating. * Shopping Lists * Each week's shopping list is pre-made for the meal plan in the app. You can also browse the recipes and add the ingredients to your own custom list. Create and name as many custom lists as you'd like. Shopping is done once a week on days 0, 7, 14, and 21. You can start the 30-day plan on any day you'd like to make sure your shopping and bigger prep days fall on a day that is convenient for you. Meals on a shopping day will use food from the previous shopping list, just in case you can't shop until the evening! * Prep Instructions * There are prep notes throughout the app, and usually, some general prep work on your shopping day to prepare for the week of clean eating ahead of you. For example, if a meal calls for hard boiled eggs there may be a prep note letting you know to hard boil a larger batch for use later in the week. * Recipes * This app has over 100 whole-eating recipes, with beautiful photos and easy to follow instructions. You can e-mail recipes or add the ingredients to a shopping list with one button click! Recipes include: 1. Meat, poultry, and fish. Everything from bun-less burgers to fish taco salads 2. Eggs (your breakfast BFF) 2. Veggies. Limitless veggies eaten raw, roasted or riced. 3. Fruits. A fruit a day keeps your sweet tooth at bay. 4. Fats. Avocados, nuts or oils. Every. Single. Day. What these recipes don't include: 1. Dairy (except for ghee). 2. Grains 3. Alcohol 4. Legumes 5. Added Sugar 6. Carrageenan, MSG, and Sulfites NOTICE: This app is not owned by, affiliated with, or endorsed by Whole30 or Whole9 Life, LLC. Neither Whole30 nor Whole9 Life, LLC have approved of any of the material contained herein, and do not verify, warranty, or confirm its accuracy. Please visit www.whole30.com or purchase The Whole30 for all information relating to the real program. No license has been granted by Whole9 Life, LLC or Whole30, and all trademarks and copyrights belong to the registered owner. Nothing herein constitutes a waiver of any rights available to Whole30 or Whole9 Life, LLC.
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  • Decent app that should be free

    By 3
    The app is okay but has several errors. The recipes (for example, the almond milk) tend to have errors. Misnamed ingredients, missing quantities, and other typos. The editing of meals doesn’t update in the shopping list. These aren’t errors you should find in a paid app. Also, the recipes don’t follow Whole 30 diet completely (so the app name is pretty misleading). Some of the ingredients have added sugars. I would investigate other available apps before purchasing this one. - autor:Jo abs AMA - title:Decent app that should be free
    my rating 3 stars - max website rate 5
  • Good starter

    By 3
    So, it’s a good place to start, but it doesn’t offer much. I use the Tasty app. and they have great ideas for whole 30 eating. As a whole 30 app. You have to pay for, they really should be offering more. - autor:7mouths - title:Good starter
    my rating 3 stars - max website rate 5
  • Different Interface Same Recipes

    By 1
    I purchased the Whole Eating App with the gray chef icon and the Whole Eating App with the green stripe icon when I wasn’t satisfied with that. I am extremely disappointed yes and feel swindled of my extra money because both apps offer the exact same recipes. They are the same with different interfaces! I’d like my money back seeing as I paid for two of the exact same disappointing app. - autor:salanasa - title:Different Interface Same Recipes
    my rating 1 stars - max website rate 5
  • Difficult to use

    By 1
    This app is a waste of money. While they say you can edit your meals, I found it difficult to do and even then it doesn't update the shopping list so you have to manually update that as well. The app isn't intuitive or easy to use. You are better off with any other app. I purchased it and tried to use it but ended up not using it because it wasn't user friendly and I didn't like a lot of the meals. - autor:Former Netflix customer - title:Difficult to use
    my rating 1 stars - max website rate 5
  • no plan editing

    By 2
    it would be nice if there was a way to edit the menu plan. There are certain things that I’m allergic to that I can’t have or things that I don’t like that I’d like to eliminate from the monthly plan. I can’t see a way to edit that. I tried choosing favorites but it looks like it just puts whatever it wants on the calendar. - autor:aeilea-gmail - title:no plan editing
    my rating 2 stars - max website rate 5


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