When consumers have an ailment, they usually go to the doctor. Many times doctors recommend dietary changes in order to preserve health. FoodCare offers personalized nutrition for users from the comfort of a mobile phone. Unlike other apps, FoodCare uses a community based approach, where individuals, restaurants, schools, senior communities and hospitals can benefit from the specialized information from registered dieticians and nutrition educators. This is where developers have an ample opportunity to create apps with the FoodCare API. To get started, developers need to apply for a key. Various features in the API documentation site include cuisine types, health conditions, dishes and restaurants for a more complete application development.
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05-09-14 12:12:38[Mashup] The Food Care App updated with Related API FoodCare
23-07-14 14:59:07[News] Foodcare: The API a Day that Keeps the Doctor Away updated with Related API FoodCare