The mindful food diary that enhances self-awarenessDownload for iOS
YouAte helps you stay mindful of what you actually ate. It’s easy to underestimate unhealthy food and overestimate healthy food. YouAte shows you what you ate so you can make a mindful decision going forward!
Our days are jam packed, and we’re constantly running from one place to another. Do we actually remember what we snacked on earlier today or even yesterday? Do we remember how many handfuls of those nuts or berries we actually ate? Who affirms us when we eat healthy? Are we alone in this? YouAte is here to help...
Easy. Mindful. Motivating.
Easily capture your meals in 3 taps.
Scroll through your timeline of past meals.
Stay motivated from the app, your coach, and friends.
What users are saying
“I just wanted to let you know that since I started using your app I have lost 30lbs. I have tried MANY different things to lose weight (counting calories, macros, different diets) but I have found that this is the only thing that has helped me. So I wanted to thank you very much!”Christina
“I just wanted to say THANK YOU for developing this app! It’s helping me overcome my binge eating disorder by moving away from calorie-counting while preserving positive aspects of keeping a food journal.”Misha
“First of all, I’m loving this app! My wife and I wanted to start a food journal without having to constantly keep track of calories, and this app is perfect!”EJ
“I LOVE this app! I was looking for something exactly like this because I can’t be bothered to enter calories or even (or even search for) food descriptions. All I needed was something to make me be aware of what I was eating, and to record whether it was on the path or not. You have made it so easy and it’s really helping me every day! Please never change it. It’s perfect!!”Phil
Snap your meals!
Take a quick photo of your meal and simply mark it as on-path or off-path. It doesn’t have to be perfect, just how you feel at the time. Capturing your meals helps you to be more aware of what and how much you ate, which helps you make better choices.
Review your path and your habit
This is a reflection of your path. A place to scroll back and look at your previous meals and see how you did yesterday, last week, or last month. Your off-path meals are visible, as you wandered off the path a bit. Reviewing your meals will help you be more aware of your eating patterns and habits. Don't worry, we're here to help you make better choices day by day.
Add notes to your meals
You can add notes and details to see why you made that meal choice and how it made you feel. Capturing your feelings after the meal will help you to be more mindful about your choices and eating habits.
See an overview of your path
Visit your profile page to see how you have been doing. Simple stats will help you stay on your path.
Share your path with a friend
If you have a friend whose opinion you value, share your path with them. They can affirm your healthy choices and chat with you in the app.
We wanted to find a way to enjoy life, eat great food, and have the energy to do it all. We found that food journalling was the best way to do this. After trying all the other food journalling and calorie counting apps, we were disappointed. None of them felt right. We wanted to create a food journaling app that made it easier to pick the food that makes us feel healthier. One that helps us reflect on our eating in an easy and delightful way.
450 pounder to ACE Certified Health Coach & Personal Trainer - Helping People lose 100 lbs & more
Kath Younger, RD
Blogger, Registered Dietitian, Mom, Soccer player, Breakfast enthusiasts.
Jennipher is a certified personal trainer, lifestyle and weight management coach, a group exercise instructor, author and the co-founder of...
Emily is a Nutritionist who loves spending time in the kitchen, creating simple, nutritious recipes to help you eat better, one meal at a time. On anutritionisteats.com, you'll find realistic whole-food meals that the whole family will enjoy.
PALEO and KETOGENIC personal trainer, Flex Gym Budapest
“Too me good health is more than just exercise and diet. It’s really a point of view and a mental attitude you have about yourself.” - Albert Schweitzer