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NEW! EXCITING! Lifesum now offers a bunch of popular Diets. Just go to Settings and start right now!

Customizing your settings to your personal goals and lifestyle is helpful for a successful health journey. We are taking it one step further with this product update. We don’t believe in quick fixes. But there are a million ways to live and different routes to long term health improvement. Now the Lifesum app adapts to a few of them. We have hand picked some of the most popular diets requested by our users. Which one will work for you?

The 5:2 diet
High protein diet
Low carb high fat light & strict
Isocaloric (33/33/33) diet

Pick your diet and your daily calorie and nutrient goals will be automatically adjusted. Not sure what diet to run with? Try if any of the new ones are good for you or go with the Lifesum’s Standard Diet. The Standard Diet is based on recommendations from international food and nutrition organizations.

Remember, when it comes to diets there’s no one size fits all. It’s all about you and your preferences so let’s make this choice your own. So go ahead and try!

Easy to get started
1. Go to Settings in the Lifesum app and click on Diets
2. Explore and read more about the diets listed before you make a choice.
3. Click on Start Diet to get going!

We love feedback and want to hear all of your thoughts! Please send us an e-mail at contact@lifesum.com or give a comment on Facebook or Twitter.

With Lifesum, tracking your healthy habits (and the not so healthy ones) becomes a breeze. We’ll help you pick the right food, and eat the right portion sizes, to reach your personal health goals.

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1 comment

  1. By Anette on Thu Apr 24 2014

    Hey, just wanted to know something… I’m 5′ 5″, and weighs 9st 10lb. My job i office bound and I sit still most of the time at work, but I work out 4 times a week (kettlebells and running). Seeing as I train, I realize I won’t necessarily loose much weight (cause I’m gaining muscle), but I still want to loose inches/fat. Is this app still for me? I use an easy low carb diet, allowing me to eat up to 150 grams of carbs every day. If I choose this type of diet in the app, it will only allow me to eat 80 grams of carbs every day. My wish is that I can set my goals here manually. I’m also wondering about how many calories I’m allowed to eat. A nutrion expert told me that I need about 136 grams of protein not to loose muscle mass. He also told me that seeing as I train (hard) for one hour four times a week, I will need 1672 calories to loose weight in a healthy way. That’s almost 400 more calories than your app recommends. Why is this?