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HELP iPhone


The main help information is located on the web in an online video training clip. Click here for the video.  It is suggested that you watch this video on a workstation and follow along on your device. This video is intended to be the primary help for NutriLife.  At this time, the video has not been updated to the latest version.  However the way the new version functions is very similar to the prior version.  Below are some additional tips that are not covered on the videos.

Help Tips

Where needed in NutriLife, if you tap on the title, a popup will show additional help information. Items that are obvious do not have popup tips.  For example, if the title is “Your Name” there is no need for a tooltip on this item.

Apple Watch

The first release of NutriLife on Apple Watch is here. If there are more ideas you might have on how to make it better please let us know. For details on setting up and using the Watch click here.


Calculate your step length.  To see the section on how to do this, click here.

Enter your step length and the target steps you want to obtain each day into the user setup.

The steps for today are shown at the top of NutriLife and will update automatically

Every day NutriLife will automatically record the miles and steps you have taken each day.  The information is stored in the records section, and you can review this information in the reports module.

The pedometer details for today can be reviewed by tapping on the pedometer button on the main menu.


You can access the bar code scanner in two places in NutriLife. On the main menu you can scan a food item and store it for later use. The second location is on the “Build Meal” menu.

When you scan an item, NutriLife will first check the local NutriLife database on your device. If it can’t find it there, NutriLife will then check an online database that has approximately  600,000 items.  When an item is found online, it will make a copy of that item and store it locally for next time.

A1C - Diabetes Monitoring

NutriLife calculates the estimated average glucose (eAG) which is calculated from the A1C to help people with diabetes relate their A1C to daily glucose monitoring levels. Be sure to take your glucose level and enter your glucose level into NutriLife first thing every morning before eating or drinking.

Outside of NutriLife the A1C test is a blood test that provides information about a person’s average levels of blood glucose, also called blood sugar, over the past three months. The three months can be adjusted in NutriLife on the “User Setup” screen. The A1C test is sometimes called the hemoglobin A1c, HbA1c, or glycohemoglobin test. The A1C test is the primary test used for diabetes management and diabetes research.

The A1C test is based on the attachment of glucose to hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen. In the body, red blood cells are constantly forming and dying, but typically they live for about 3 months. Thus, the A1C test reflects the average of a person’s blood glucose levels over the past 3 months. The A1C test result is reported as a percentage. The higher the percentage, the higher a person’s blood glucose levels have been. A normal A1C level is below 5.7 percent.


A1C Level


below 5.7 percent


6.5 percent or above


5.7 to 6.4 percent


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