Without a doubt, carbohydrates belong on a whole different level of foods that people can’t help but overeat. French fries, chocolates, pizza slices, pastas, coffee drinks, bread and pastries are only a few examples of high carbohydrate foods that can cause obesity and other weight related issues. According to a study, these foods combined with fat and salt affect a person’s nervous system just like what cocaine does to the brain. So for this week, I thought I could help you (and myself as well) in looking for ways on how we can cut back on carb cravings to effectively Continue Reading →
The term ‘carbohydrates’ and ‘carbs’ are often misunderstood terms usually discussed within the context of losing weight and healthy eating. Most people think that they don’t need carbohydrates on their body and so they exert a big effort to avoid it all together. Eating food rich in carbohydrates, as with all things in life, has its advantages and disadvantages. We share below our take on carbohydrates, what they do on our body and their role in weight reduction. Carbohydrates are essential for our Continue Reading →
We released another update to CarbsControl app. There were minor enhancements and some bug fixes in multi-device sync. We added options to connect to our Facebook, Twitter pages from with the App. We are working on some more enhancements (user-requested) for the next release.
You can now download version 4.2 of the iPhone CarbsControl app from the iTunes store. We fixed some Sync related issues. We also fixed other minor user interface related issues.
Version 4.1 is available now in the App Store. The Weight Tracking chart should not crash anymore. We also fixed a few issues with multi-device syncing.
We fixed a few issues in version 4.0 and are waiting for Apple to approve the release. – Fixed weight chart crash. Some customers have sent feedback to us saying that the chart option under Weight tab closes the app. We have fixed this issue. – Fixed sync issues. For customers outside the US, sync should work now with this release. – Updating daily carb goals updates the values in the Overview tab. In the previous release, the updates were visible when the app was launched the next time.
We submitted version 4.0 to Apple last week and it is ready for release. We change the user interface to have new icons. We like the new ones as they are more colorful and indicate the actions better. The app can now sync data (two-way) to our website www.carbscontrol.com. This allows the app to share data with multiple devices. Changes made to the app in an iPhone can be seen in an iPad. Also, this allows the app data to be restored to a new device. We are working on an Android update and will soon release it. The food Continue Reading →
CarbsControl carb counting app for Android version 2.1 is now available for download at Google Play Store and Amazon App Store. We have made user interface improvements to the app. We added new icons and rearranged the Overview tab for easy viewing of meal carb totals and net carb values. We updated the food database and made the food searches faster. There is a new weight tracking module with charts to track your progress.
In response to customer requests, we have updated the app to show Net Carb totals in the Overview page. The app also shows calorie totals for the day and by meal in the Overview page. We are working on a database update that will be released soon.
ree update (version 3.1) of CarbsControl is now available for download from Apple AppStore. You can now see the remaining net carbs in your daily totals page. We are working on a database update and will be available as a free update very soon.