Brewer Eating

Brewer Eating

By Doug Jones

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2017-07-02
  • Current Version: 1.1.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 27.79 MB
  • Developer: Doug Jones
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 1.5
From 5 Ratings


The Dr. Brewer eating plan is designed to help mothers maintain a healthy pregnancy . Use this app to track your daily food intake by clicking on each food group as you eat food from that group. The app will show you your progress and help to keep you on track with the Brewer eating plan.



  • Needs way more work

    By freebirth farmer
    I really hope they can get this app to a good place. It has SO much potential to be great! As is, it is essentially worthless. I find it MUCH easier to just use a pen and paper. First, it needs far more detail in each category- at the very least, what constitutes a “serving” and what foods fit as options in each category. Obviously, this information is available on the Brewer website, but if you have to go back and constantly reference another website it makes this app pretty useless. The ideal would be the ability to actually check mark certain foods within each category (with an open ended option obviously). The other major issue is the inability to track long term - as it stands you have to reset it each day (again... a paper is easier/more effective than this...). It is super important and helpful to be able to track patterns over a few days or weeks to see more clearly where you are lacking or thriving. An unnecessary but helpful feature might be putting long term data like that into charts. Maybe the price is better now, but I paid $8 for this and it is definitely not worth anything more than a free app right now. I really support them and I would LOVE to see this become something more useful!
  • Don’t waste the 2 bucks

    By YogiWorldTraveler
    This app does nothing a simple tally sheet can’t do. There is no means of tracking your actual protein intake - one of the most important parts of the Brewer’s diet and an important factor for pregnant women. The app shows you nothing but the current day’s tally on each food group. There is no way to actually track your consumption overtime. I would recommend setting custom macronutrient goals on MyFitnessPal or another FREE food tracking app. This thing is pretty useless. At least you can save a piece of paper with check marks - that would be better than this app.
  • Great idea, but don't load

    By Averybaby2
    I've only gotten the application to fully load once. Most of the time the it's a blank screen with a "reset" button that doesn't do anything. Hopefully they get the bugs worked out quickly so I can get my money's worth before I give birth!