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Credible Nutrition Apps

 

Fooducate Fooducate lets you scan bar codes of grocery items to get a full nutritional rundown, as well as a letter grade for the food's overall quality. Rather than just focusing on calories alone, the scan will provide information on potential hidden ingredients -- like added sugars, trans fats and even controversial food additives.
Eat Local App NRDC created Eat Local to help you find out what's in season in your state, locate nearby farmers' markets anywhere in the United States, and check out seasonal recipes.
Lose it app Lose It! gives you a daily calorie allowance, once you've entered your current and ideal weight. Add foods and watch the calories add up, then subtract workouts and watch the calorie count go back down.
My fitness pal Calorie Counter in My Fitness Pal has the single largest food database of any Android app with over 750,000 foods and counting. It also allows for both food and exercise entry.
Restaurant Nutrition app Restaurant Nutrition is a great guide when eating out and can help you choose healthier options in a pinch. Users can look up nutrition information from over 100 popular restaurants and over 15,000 food items.
Good food near you GoodFoodNearYou is perfect for frequent travelers. This app recommends healthy food options based on your location, which is tracked by GPS.
Thin Cam Thin-Cam helps you realistically evaluate the portion size of meals. Thin-cam has you take a photo of your meal before you start, upload it to Thin-site, the app's paid membership website, and your meal is analyzed by nutritionists.





Last Updated: 6/21/13