$60 is an awful lot for what I've done with a few dollars worth of paper copies of some forms before.
I download from MacUpdate without entering my personal data (why's that necessary on their site?)
This program may not be ready for OS X.
It uses an ugly Java looking GUI starting with an installer that tells me it won't work since I don't have permissions-which is true since I'm not using my admin account. But it won't let me authenticate with my admin code, so it stops me from installing.
I opened the app by using "Show package contents" when I right-clicked on the installer. That worked.
It isn't native to OS X, that's obvious. There's some problems of menus not scrolling far enough for you to access items. Needs polish.
The data they collect and organize is pretty impressive, and I could see it being useful. You can enter foods you ate and it helps calculate nutritional intake, and for exercise it calculates calories burned. Fun. The presets are wide-ranging; from standard things like, "light exercise," to interesting occupations like, "worm digging." Cool. You can add your own too.
In the end it's more than I need, and way more than I'm willing to spend. And it suffers pretty badly from non-Macness.