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If you like using technology instead of conventional methods like using pen and paper, then this review of this application will appeal to you. There are quite a few apps on the market that you can use for counting calories. The beauty of this one though is its simplicity all you need to do is create a simple profile.
Which involves your height your weight. Your age, and that’s about it then all you need to do is enter each day. What you have for breakfast, lunch and dinner/tea. It really couldn’t be simpler each food is categorised into three colours, which are red, yellow and green. All you have to do is put a food search in and then add it to what you have eaten at that mealtime say, for instance, breakfast.
You get a five-star rating. So you can see how healthily you are eating, you have a ratio as well, which will give you your ideal. So you can keep trying different things in your diet. Until you get it to your ideal, when you search for the food, you can select more info. This will tell you about the particular food that you’re eating, which will be useful to yourself.
You can track how much fluid intake you have, which is an important part of trying to lose weight so this will be useful feedback and keep you on track with your intake of water. Below are some screenshots of the application, and as you can see it is quite simple and easy-to-use another good thing about this particular application is. It is cross-platform. So you can either use it on Android devices, or you can install it on IOS.
I have installed it myself on a device just today. So I am going to have a play around with it. If this is something, you might be interested in why not pop over to the Apple store and give it a try yourself. It is free, so there is nothing to lose.
What are your thoughts about using applications to track what you are eating? Do they tend to work for you or not, please leave your thoughts comments in the relevant section below.