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What is Dine4Fit app and how to use it?

Watch a short video to take full advantage of Dine4Fit app.

Write down all meals and activities during the day to your diary. During the day, the Dine4Fit Calorie Tables will add up the energy value of the food you eat and, subtract the energy from the activities.

So we will help you monitor the energy balance in detail during the day. If the energy received exceeds the energy released, you gain weight, if the energy released exceeds the energy recieved - you lose weight. The basal metabolism (energy that your body consumes during the day at rest) must also be added to the energy released.

How to begin?

After registering, go to the profile (your e-mail in the upper right corner of the screen). Here you set the information for a more accurate calculation of the energy you have to receive per day. Set your target weight and goal (to be fit, lose weight, gain muscles), with the help of the table select also your daily expenditure, or the unit of energy you want to work with.

Diary

Inserting, removing and editing food

In your diary you can see rows with daily meals such as Breakfast and on the right side of this row the green + (plus) button, which is used to add foodstuff to the diary.

If you decide to delete food from your diet, you will do so with a cross at the end of the line.

If you enter the wrong amount, you can edit it. After inserting the food into the diary, click on the set weight and rewrite the amount.

The same is for activities.


Graphs of energy and nutritional values

Graphs are located on the right side of the page. The largest one is the graph of energy received and released. For proper weight loss, it is ideal to have fillied graphs about 100%. Below large graph are graphs of nutritional values - Proteins, Carbohydrates, Fats and Fiber. Again, we try to reach the daily goal and have the graphs full.
The color scale will also help with filling: orange (low nutrients), green (ideal percentage of nutrients) and red (when the daily dose is exceeded).

Favourites foodstuffs

The foodstuff you often add to your diary can assigned to Favorites.

Add the foodstuff you want to add to your favorites in the diary and click on the star (favorites icon).

Or you can find this foodstuff in the Food Catalog and check the star here.

You can then find all your favorite foods in the Profile tab: Favorites. Or it appears when you are entering foodstuff to your diary.

Saved meals

You can store your meals consisting of several foods as one. When you insert it in the future, you will find your stored food as a whole and you do not have to list all the food it consists of again.

First, write down all the ingredients for one daily meal.

Click the three dots at the end of the row with this food and select Save Food.

Name and create the meal. Then you will always find it in the My meals tab or when entering food in the diary via the plus button again in the My meals tab. When you re-inserting, you can also insert only proportional part of this meal.

Regular activities

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After logging in to Dine4Fit app, select the My profile: Sharing tab. In the boxes, write the name of the authorization, the email of the nutritionist, doctor or friend with whom you want to share the diary. Select the days they can see and rate, and optionally check the Send notifications box if you want us to let you know that your diary is rated. Then click Save.

For example, if you share household with someone else and you eat the same meals, enable item sharing. This will allow the user, on the other side, to copy meals from their diary to yours and you save time rewriting it. This will also make the job easier for your nutritionist, who does not have to switch to your profile in order to write you a recommended diary for a week, for example.

If you want to share on both sides, the user on the other side will do the same. You can share with an unlimited number of users.

How do meals from the menu copy to someone else?

If you want to share your lunch, for example, write down all the ingredients that it consists of in your diary and click on the share icon next to the lunch. Choose to whom to copy it to the diary, adjust the amount and confirm. You can also share Favorites and My Meals.

You can find an overview of shared diaries again in the My profile: Sharing tab. Here you will see to whom you sent the diary and which days they see.

Garmin Connect synchronization

How can I synchronize Garmin?

Garmin is a manufacturer of many devices that record the user's physical activity (eg, walking, running, swimming, cycling…) If you have any of the Garmin devices, you can automatically import the recorded activities into the Calorie Tables.

Turn on synchronization in the Android app

In the Dine4Fit app, select Profile and Connected Apps from the menu, and click the scroll bar next to Connect Garmin. You will be prompted to log in to your Garmin account through Garmin Connect on the screen. Fill in your e-mail and password and click on Login. Synchronization is complete.

Turn on synchronization on web

After logging in to Dine4Fit, click on Profile and the Connected Applications tab. For Garmin sync, click the Activate and you will be redirected to www.connect.garmin.com. Log in to your Garmin account here. You will be redirected back to our site. See Profile and the Connected Apps tab for information that Garmin sync is active.


If you'd like to cancel syncing, you can click the link provided for Garmin Sync in your account settings or connect.garmin.com in Settings > Account Information > Applications and select Remove Permissions for Dine4Fit Calorie Tables.

Turn on synchronization for an iOS application

Now it is possible to monitor data from the Garmin device in theDine4Fit application on iOS by first logging in to your account at web page and proceeding in the Account Settings in the same way as it is described in  How to Synchronize Garmin - WEB manual. After successful synchronization, you will log in to Dine4Fit application on iOS under the same account, and the data will then be displayed in the app every few minutes after synchronization with Garmin Connect.

Synchronization with Google Fit

How do I sync Google Fit?

Google Fit is an application designed to monitor the physical activity of users who have phones or smart watches with the Android. Recorded physical activity in Google Fit (such as walking, running, cycling…) can be automatically imported into Dine4Fit Calorie Tables without user intervention.

Turn on synchronization in the Android app

In the Dine4Fit Calories Tables app for Android, select My Profile and Connected Apps from the menu. For Connect Google Fit, click the slider and select the account you use on your phone as well as the Google Fit app. The Dine4Fit Calorie Tables application will require permission to view information from Google Fit, so select Allow. It will also ask what you want to transmit. The application connection should now be complete and you should see the sync options with Google Fit.

Sync with Samsung Health

How to sync with Samsung Health?

Samsung Health is an application designed to monitor the physical activities of users who have Android phones or smart watches from Samsung. Recorded physical activities in Samsung Health (such as walking, running, cycling) can be automatically imported into Dine4Fit Calorie Tables without user intervention.

Turn on synchronization in the Android app

In the Dine4Fit Calories Tables app for Android, select My Profile and Connected Apps from the menu. For Connect Samsung Health, click the slider and select the account you use on your phone as well as for Samsung Health. The Dine4Fit Calorie Tables application will require permission to view information from Samsung Health, so select Allow. The application connection should now be complete and you should see the synchronization options with Samsung Health.

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