An app to support people dealing with eating disorders.
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What does the app do?
This app is designed for people dealing with eating disorders. It's main feature is the mood and meal logs. When users enter the program, they are directed to “check in” and rate their daily mood from a customizable list. Then, they can log a meal in a detailed log (e.g., time, food consumed, location, mood, and problematic eating behaviors within the meal context). Once a meal is logged, it can be exported as a PDF version via email. Users are rewarded with an inspirational message for logging a meal (e.g., every human being is the author of his own health and disease). The program also offers tips related to the recovery process and effort, divided into various themes (e.g., body image, journal activities, mindfulness, relationship).
✔ Supports users autonomy around establishing regular eating patterns.
✘ Does not have a function to enable users to plan meals and snacks ahead of time (although users can set up alarm reminders to log meals/snacks).
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Review detailsDate of review: August 2018
Platform reviewed: Android
Download size: 24 MB
Updated on: August 2015
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- Lindgreen P, Lomborg K, Clausen L. Patient Experiences Using a Self-Monitoring App in Eating Disorder Treatment: Qualitative Study. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2018 Jun 22;6(6).
- Fairburn CG, Rothwell ER. Apps and eating disorders: A systematic clinical appraisal. Int J Eat Disord. 2015 Nov;48(7):1038-46.
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