Then the design for the app to launch has been mocked-up by Plan Pixels in India to show:
Sign in – Either email and password or via a social media account.
No personal questions and information about what the app does and how much it costs before subscribing and using the app.
Landing page – a tour of the app’s 4 pages, which aim to make it easier to choose the foods to get all daily essential nutrition and find gaps to supplement for any diet.
Food library – foods can be added to the shopping list (saved for a week) or to one of 3 meals for the day. Foods can be sorted by meat, fish, plant protein, healthy fats, fibre, gluten and carbohydrates, so any can be excluded.
Shopping list – foods can be added by food type so items can be bought together in a supermarket or independent food producer or retailer.
Meal Planner – foods can be added to one of 3 meals for each day. Once micronutrients have been covered by foods, they grey out in the food library, leaving foods to complete the micronutrients needed each day.
Calendar – showing what micronutrients were missed that day in diet so user can buy supplements if wanted.