MyFitnessPal information can be combined with your utilization of Metabolic Code POC in two ways:
- A Client can sync their Fitbit with their MyFitnessPal account, and then sync their FitBit account with Metabolic Code. Even if clients don’t have an actual Fitbit, they can set up a free Fitbit account, and pull in information from MFP to Metabolic Code.
- Use MyFitnessPal in conjunction with Metabolic Code in your practice, as a supplemental tool in working with clients, particularly with tracking nutrients. While MyFitnessPal data does not get added directly into your clients’ Metabolic Code account this way (without a Fitbit) clients can give you as their provider, direct access to their MFP accounts, and you can review these in session.
Use Our Nutrient Database as an alternative to MyFitnessPal #
You can also choose to use our Nutrient Database POC feature to allow clients to track micro/macronutrients within the Metabolic Code POC. The benefit of this, is that there is no separate app required for your clients to log macro / micro nutrients for your review.
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Information pulled from MyFitnessPal into Healthie #
Information pulled from MyFitnessPal into Metabolic Code POC (via FitBit) will show up in the Journal and Metrics sections of the platform. Information pulled can include:
- Heart Rate
- Nutrition information (macronutrient breakdowns)
At this time, photos taken in MFP cannot carry over into Metabolic Code’s photo-based food journal. Moreover, we have reached out to the MFP team, and are awaiting a response from their team, to see if it is possible to increase our integration with MFP, and will update this post if / when a deeper integration becomes available.