“There’s more to it than calories”
Was your breakfast healthy? Is all fat bad for you? Isn’t salad always a balanced meal?
These are the questions Life Rating™ answers. Eating healthily isn’t just about how many calories you eat, it’s about choosing foods that contain all the nutrients you need to be happy and well.
Life Rating™ aims to help you:
Life Rating™ comes in three forms: food, meal and day. All the ratings range from A to E, with ‘A’ being the best choice to go for, and ‘E’ being the choice you should try to avoid most.
Here’s how the different ratings work:
Food – These ratings look at the levels of fat, protein and carbohydrate in each food, along with its calorie density and the type of food it is.
Meal – These ratings focus on how well the meal met your goal for calories, macronutrients and micronutrients, as well as looking at how much of your meal was healthy or unhealthy.
Day – These ratings are similar to the ratings for meals but focus on how well the meals you ate during the day met your daily goals, along with the proportion of your day that was healthy or unhealthy.
Life Rating™ is here to help you learn more about food, so that you can eat and feel better.
Click here to find out what our users think about the Lifesum app!
can you send me more information on the ratings.
Hi, of course. Click the link to read all of our FAQs about the ratings.
I’m wondering why low fat yoghurt is D? I’m not adding any sugar.
It’s not just about the sugar, so there might be something else contributing to the grade. Can you email a picture and full description of the item to email@example.com?
I usually have about 200 calories allowed for a Snack in my app. But that number has gone down to zero and the meals calories have gone up to make up for the loss calories. Why has this happened?
Can you send information about your device and the issue with your calories to firstname.lastname@example.org? Our customer support team will do their best to fix this for you right away.
I am using Lifesum and when I first got the app I’ve been getting overall ratings on my day, and liking it very much. After day three, I’ve noticed that I haven’t been getting any more overall ratings. There are now just smile or frown faces on my meals that I eat. Why am I not getting a overall rating anymore
What does the picture of the bowl for dinner recommending me to eat?
Why does Honey get an E rating. I understand that its 100% carbs but does your algorithm not take into fact the “other” benefits of foods (e.g. antioxidants, phytols, etc.)
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