My Nutrition Official Trailer – iPhone App Grand Launch

My Nutrition – Live Healthy
My Nutrition was created in order to make eating healthy easier. Rather than relying on calorie counters, food indexes, and other health and nutrition apps, My Nutrition allows you to do everything in one easy to use application. With 8000+ indexed foods directly from the USDA, My Nutrition is the most complete, most comprehensive Nutritional app on the market. Best of all, it’s designed with your health in mind!

Codekia’s motto: Healthy Food, Healthy Life.

No other app, counter, or dietary planner in the WORLD provides this all-in-one health nutrition experience designed specifically to help users take control of their diet.

∎ ∎ ∎ My Nutrition Features:∎ ∎ ∎

Search our database of over 8000 foods by food name or food group. All indexed food is directly from the USDA.

Foods can be saved to your Favorites, as well as your Avoids, so you do not have to search them again. Whenever you want to check the nutrient facts for these foods, they’re just one click away.

Dairy & EGG, Spices & Herbs, Baby Foods, Fats & Oils, etc… My Nutrition has a full selection of Food Categories allowing for easy search and saving.

Crafted by world class artists, the My Nutrition user interface was designed with the user in mind. Intuitive side menu, appealing style and color, and a HUGE food database all have your satisfaction in mind.

Improve your My Nutrition experience even more with these great in-app purchases.

Need more vitamin B12 in your diet? Or maybe vitamin D? The search by nutrients function in My Nutrition is a great way to pick out the right food for the right diet. Simply select the nutrients tab in the search menu, and find all the food that is high, or low, in your desired nutrient.

With this feature, My Nutrition will keep a record of what you have eaten today for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. What makes this feature great is its ability to calculate the total nutrients straight from your daily food intake. This helps you take control of you daily nutrient intake.

Create recipes according to your own dietary requirements, My Nutrition will calculate the total nutrients for each recipe to help you understand and manage your nutritional intake from it.

Calculate calories burned and Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) for key nutrients for you and your family members. This is very important for your daily meal plan, your recipes, and your diet management as it helps you take control and live a healthy lifestyle.

Our expansive 8000+ food database was constructed using information straight from the USDA.
We strive for quality and accuracy when it comes to nutritional health.
Thank you, please enjoy the app!

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Panel Discussion – Advanced Food & Diet Strategies to Heal the Gut

In this panel discussion, we have assembled experts Julie Mathews, Julie O’Brien, Mickey Trescott, & Carrie Vitt to cover the topic, “Advanced Food & Diet Strategies to Heal the Gut.”

About Julie Matthews, CNC
Founder and President of Nourishing Hope: Food & Nutritional for ADHD, Autism, and Healthy Children, Author of Nourishing Hope for Autism. Julie Matthews is an internationally respected autism diet and nutrition specialist. As a Certified Nutrition Consultant, Julie provides diet and nutrition intervention guidance backed by extensive scientific research and applied clinical experience. She has helped thousands of children worldwide through her public education programs, conferences sessions, private consultations, her blog, and website. Julie serves on the scientific advisory panel of The Autism File, and is an honored member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals (NANP), and is a co-founder of Nourishing Hope®.

About Julie O’Brien, NTP
Julie O’Brien is the Co-founder of Firefly Kitchens which produces organic, naturally fermented, and probiotic rich foods and the author of Fresh and Fermented. Born in Alaska, Julie spent her childhood harvesting fresh seafood, picking ripe berries, and adventuring everywhere she could. After her kids reached school age, she pursued her certification in Nutritional Therapy where she was introduced to Sally Fallon’s Nourishing Traditions and discovered the health benefits of traditionally fermented foods. After experimenting at home, she wanted to share her recipes with a larger audience. She launched Firefly Kitchens in 2010, beginning with sales in local farmers market, then moving into retail stores in the PNW and continuing to grow with distribution to Whole Foods on the West Coast and in Western Canada. Customers love the fresh, vibrant taste of Firefly’s ferments and the health benefits of the products. In 2014, Julie released Fresh & Fermented (Sasquatch Books), a collection of kraut recipes and dozens of ways to add these ferments to your daily meals!

About Mickey Trescott, NTP
Creator of, Author of The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook. Mickey Trescott, NTP, is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, chef, blogger, and author of The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook and co-author of The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook. She is the creator of AIP Batch Cook, a video-based cooking program that teaches users how to prepare allergen-free meals in their own home. She teaches cooking classes online and in venues around the country, like Bastyr University. Mickey is on the board of directors for Hashimoto’s Awareness, an advocacy organization for sufferers of Hashimoto’s disease. In 2012, Mickey founded, a website with recipes and resources for those suffering from autoimmune diseases. She lives in Willamette Valley, Oregon.

About Carrie Vitt, NTP
Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Founder of Deliciously Organic and Author of the Deliciously Organic and The Grain-Free Family Table cookbooks.

Carrie Vitt is the author of the successful cooking blog, Deliciously Organic, and has authored two cookbooks: Deliciously Organic and The Grain-Free Family Table. Carrie also runs a successful meal-planning business and online 10-module video course called Real Food Boot Camp that teaches how to reduce inflammation and find better health with real food. After struggling with health issues for years, Carrie turned to a nutrient-dense diet and has been able to overcome Hashimoto’s disease, chronic migraines, IBS and eczema.

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Dr Peter Glidden – Youngevity promo

“Youngevity’s founder, Dr. Joel Wallach, is a hero. His 25 years of research and pragmatic work on chronic illness and nutrition is in the Smithsonian Institution as a national treasure. It just doesn’t get any better than that.” — Dr. Peter Glidden ND

See more at

We are a full service educational tool armed with knowledge of wholistic healing and the power of a good diet and clinically verified medical nutrition designed for people who want to recover and/or achieve optimal health by promoting and supporting the body’s natural ability to heal itself without drugs and without surgery.

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The Modern Paleo Diet

The basic premise of this diet is simple: Eat whole foods. Avoid processed foods. This is one of the many aspects that make the diet so popular. Its message is simple. In a nutshell, the Paleo diet consists of grass fed or free range beef, pork, lamb, poultry, game meat, fish, seafood, fresh fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and healthful oils (olive, coconut, avocado, macadamia, walnut and flaxseed). These foods are high in the beneficial nutrients required. The basic Paleo diet is merely a guideline that you have to adjust for your personal preferences and tolerances. This is why I propose The Modern Paleo Diet – the Paleo diet adjusted for our modern diet. Scientific evidence shows that some tolerate relatively new foods just fine and they need not be excluded from the diet, like diary and grains. Read the full article at

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Visitor Questions #2

Registered Dietitian Lisa Tillinger Johansen answers more questions from her website visitors. This time she addresses the issue of protein bars and shakes as replacements for food-based protein sources. Also, Lisa discusses the balance of exercise and calories in a healthy diet.

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Shane’s Diet

Paleo-schmaleo…Shane recounts the day’s nutritional regimen.

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Product Focus: Ambrotose Products

Dr. Steve Nugent talks about the Ambrotose® product — the world’s first glyconutrient dietary supplement. He shares the benefits of this supplement, how it differs from vitamins and minerals, and how it works within our bodies.

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What does your supplement serve up?

Most vitamin supplements are made from chemicals, and come from foreign lands like China. Ours come from 28 farm-fresh fruits and veggies. Nothing artificial added, nothing valuable taken out. Just the good inside.

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Gluten Free Diet: Friend or Fad?

When it comes to diets, gluten-free is gaining a following.

“I think a lot of people just hop on the train thinking they’re going to lose weight,” says Kaylee Robinson.

Eliminating gluten is a must for those with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder that causes a malabsorption of nutrients.

“Patients who are diagnosed with celiac disease have to avoid a protein called gluten and gluten is found in wheat, rye and barley,” says Marjorie Chutkan, a registered dietician with Lee Memorial Health System.

But is it for everyone? A recent poll found a growing number of people are giving up gluten cold turkey, with no medical cause. It has experts weighing in on whether this diet is ‘friend or fad’.

“Adapting the gluten free diet, its not something we recommend for regular people because you might find that you become deficient if you don’t plan your meals properly,” says Chutkan.

Still almost 50% of people asked thought ‘gluten-free’ meant healthier and 30% of them bought gluten free foods to manage their weight. Turns out, gluten free products tend to be more expensive and higher in sugar, carbohydrates and calories. It doesn’t add up to Kaylee.

“Because after you do look into its not what it’s supposed to do,” says Robinson.

Before trying any fad diet, check with your doctor, because being healthy never goes out of style.

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Antioxidants: An essential idea.

Oxidation causes rust. Antioxidants stop the rusting inside your body that make you look and feel old. Essentials has farm-fresh fruits, veggies and herbs, and an antioxidant rating of 30,000 in every serving. That’s the good inside.

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