One of the most challenging tasks we have in our lives is to stay healthy. Maintaining a proper diet or losing weight is not always as easy as it sounds. Fortunately, there are many apps out there that promise to help you maintain a proper diet and avoid junk foods. In this article, we will mention applications that work only for users of Android devices. However, most will find them available on both iOS and Windows Phone devices.
The first application is called Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker and is designed to help you keep track of your diet by providing a database of over three and a half million diet types. The app also offers other features such as calorie counting, informative articles, exercise trackers, and more. Calorie Counter, an app by FatSecret, is probably the best option right now. It includes a nutrition diary so you can keep track of your diet plan, which helps tremendously. The app also comes with a diet diary and reference guide to order the right dishes when you’re in a restaurant.
It also provides recipe ideas for those who do not have time to create their program. My Diet Coach is your trainer. It gives “dozens” of things like tips, photos, and the benefits you will get if you follow your schedule faithfully (to increase your motivation to continue). The app starts with completely beginner programs so that you will not be pressured and never feel bad if you fail to accomplish something.
If you follow it faithfully, it will change the way you live radically. Whatever website you go to, blog you read, and whatever forum you ask, MyFitnessPal is the app you’ll always see other people recommend. It’s the most popular app, the users who used it loved it, and there is a reason for that.
The app comes with many features that will help you lose weight or gain weight. Initially, it provides a database of over five million diets, fully synchronized with their website to calculate calories, a recipe calculator to compare homemade diets and junk food, and a fitness tracker with 350 different exercises.
MyFitnessPal is the all-in-one solution that will save you a lot of time and effort. MyNetDiary’s Calorie Counter is a rising calorie application with some decent features. With it, you can keep track of what you eat while providing a database of over 600,000 diets (maybe more). Like the others, it also provides a fitness tracker and supports devices like Fitbit, Jawbone UP, and Garmin.
You can also track your blood glucose, your heart rate, A1C, cholesterol, and much more. Diet Point is another application designed to save you time and effort from your daily routine. Contains more than 130 diets, complete shopping lists, weight loss tips, a BMI calculator and reminds you when it’s time to eat. As an application, it is updated quite frequently and is continuously adding new diets, which it strives to make as reliable as possible. With its paid version, you’ll find new features and better support.
This application is slightly different from the others on the list. Generally, it is a weight-loss application providing basic features such as calorie counting, diet monitoring, fitness/exercise monitoring, and more. What makes Fooducate different from other forms of its kind is its effort to understand not only your diet plan but also what you consume and how many calories you consume from each food.
The rationale is to help you with weight loss, but as carefully and healthily as possible, informing about everything you consume. The Fooducate database contains more than 250,000 diets and provides further help thanks to the forum it provides to its users – that is, you can ask questions about your community nutrition program. It comes with a database containing hundreds of diets, provides diet programs based on your needs, and provides extra features if you buy the paid version. The app can also link to MyFitnessPal, RunKeeper, and Google Fit to analyze more data. It is a decent, all-in-one diet application.