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iCarbs 2.4 for iOS Provides Helpful Information for Diabetics and Others

iCarbs 2.4 for iOS Provides Helpful Information for Diabetics and Others

Massachusetts based independent developer James Hollender has released version 2.4 his iCarbs app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The iCarbs app allows users to easily find out how many carbohydrates there are in over 1,100 different food servings which is critical information especially for diabetics who need to restrict their intake of carbohydrates. The new version allows for keeping track of personal carbohydrate intake and the ability to backup and restore the personal information.

iCarbs 2.4 for iOS Provides Vital Info for Bodybuilders and Diabetics

iCarbs 2.4 for iOS Provides Vital Info for Bodybuilders and Diabetics

Massachusetts based independent developer James Hollender has released version 2.4 his iCarbs app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The iCarbs app allows users to easily find out how man carbohydrates there are in over 1,100 different food servings which is critical information especially for diabetics who need to restrict their intake of carbohydrates. The new version allows for keeping track of personal carbohydrate intake and the ability to backup and restore the personal information.

iCarbs 2.0 Gives Vital Info for Bodybuilders + Diabetics + New Features

iCarbs 2.0 Gives Vital Info for Bodybuilders + Diabetics + New Features

Revere, Massachusetts – Locally-based independent developer James Hollender has recently released iCarbs 2.0, for iOS. iCarbs allows users to easily find out how many carbohydrates are in over 1,100 different food servings, critical information especially for diabetics who need to restrict their intake of carbohydrates. This app is the second in a series of eight Nutrient apps (iCarbs, iProteins, iCals, iSugars, iFiber, iCholesterol, iSatFat & Vitamin K) based on the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, all of which now feature saving information on nutrient intake.
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iCarbs 1.8 Nutrient App Gives Vital Info for Bodybuilders and Diabetics

iCarbs 1.8 Nutrient App Gives Vital Info for Bodybuilders and Diabetics

Revere, Massachusetts – Locally-based independent developer James Hollender has available his iCarbs app (version 1.8) for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. In the works is a major upgrade which will allow users to record their nutrient intake information. The upgrade will be provided free to existing users. The iCarbs app allows users to easily find out how many carbohydrates are in over 1,100 different food servings, critical information especially for diabetics who need to restrict their intake of carbohydrates. This app is the eighth in a series of Nutrient apps based on the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference.
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iCarbs 1.2 Nutrient App Gives Vital Info for Bodybuilders and Diabetics

iCarbs 1.2 Nutrient App Gives Vital Info for Bodybuilders and Diabetics

Revere, Massachusetts – Locally-based independent developer James Hollender today is pleased to announce his iCarbs app (version 1.2) for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The iCarbs app allows users to easily find out how many carbohydrates are in over 1,100 different food servings, critical information especially for diabetics who need to restrict their intake of carbohydrates. This app is the seventh in a series of Nutrient apps based on the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference.
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Trio of Nutrient Apps Now Available - Vitamin K, iCarbs and iProteins

Trio of Nutrient Apps Now Available – Vitamin K, iCarbs and iProteins

Revere, Massachusetts – Independent developer James Hollender has now released a trio of nutrient apps for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad: Vitamin K (for Blood Thinning Medication users), iCarbs (for Diabetics and Bodybuilders); and iProteins (for Vegetarians, Vegans and Bodybuilders). The apps allow users to easily find out how much of the nutrient there is in hundreds of different food servings, with information derived from the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference.
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New iCarbs App Provides Great Information for Diabetics and Bodybuilders

New iCarbs App Provides Great Information for Diabetics and Bodybuilders

Revere, Massachusetts – Locally-based independent developer James Hollender today is pleased to release his iCarbs app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The iCarbs app allows users to easily find out how many carbohydrates are in over 1,100 different food servings, critical information especially for diabetics who need to restrict their intake of carbohydrates. This app is the second in a series, after the Vitamin K app for Coumadin/Warfarin users, based on the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference.
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