How It Works

Building a plate
Each meal should contain a certain amount of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and fiber. This way, you maintain necessary nutrients that help your body work efficiently, increase productivity, and prevent diseases.

Proteins are essential in building our body’s tissues, hormones, immune cells, and blood cells. Without fats, the nervous system does not function, and the body’s cells do not fight off viruses. Carbohydrates are a source of energy for the brain and body to work hard. Fiber is the main sorbent that cleanses the body of toxins and replenishes it with vitamins.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner should contain all these elements. And to make it a habit, it’s enough to use the rule of “Healthy food plates”: depending on the time of meals, the proportions of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and fiber in the plate also change.
daily statistics
Track the amount of protein, fat and carbohydrates consumed and evaluate your diet daily. Take a step closer to conscious nutrition. Achieve your goals and quickly find the causes of troubling health problems. Analyze the records for a week and discover the effect of food on your own well-being.
Daily reminders
The transition to a healthy lifestyle becomes easier. Free your mind from food or water schedules – Proper Eating will do it all for you. The assistant will remind you in advance every day when you need to drink another glass of water, when breakfast or dinner begins, or when a new “window” in interval nutrition begins.
Water tracking
Monitor and maintain your daily water balance with interactive reminders from Proper Eating. Avoid fatigue, and mood swings, increase your productivity and reduce stress levels by using the recommendations of our water tracker.
Intermittent fasting assistant
Improve your health and lose weight thanks to the scientifically proven intermittent fasting method. Use the tips and start the fat-burning process. It’s quick and easy. Improve your metabolism, increase your concentration and activate your detoxification regime — all thanks to a safely selected diet.
hand-size portion measurement
People overestimate their capabilities when measuring food portions; in most cases, the portion on your plate is much larger than your body needs.

To correctly measure food portions, use the hand method. When we measure the amount of food with a fist, palm, or thumb, we can more organically measure how much our bodies need to consume according to our physique.

According to this method:
  • your palm measures protein;
  • your fist measures vegetables;
  • your hand measures carbohydrates;
  • your thumb measures fats.