The Best Nutrition Apps for Healthy Eating in 2017
Hoping to have a happier, healthier 2017? There’s an app for that.
Published Jan 3, 2017 6:00 AM
Track your daily calorie intake and weight loss with MyFitnessPal. The app will remind you to log your meals and connect to other apps, like Apple Health or FitBit, to monitor your daily exercise.
If you’ve vowed to drink more water in 2017, check out Waterlogged. The app tracks and improves your daily water intake.
With Fooducate, you get a weightloss coach to help you achieve your diet and weight goals. Track your calorie intake, and learn what’s really in all those “all-natural” foods you’ve been eating.
Pop or scan all of your go-to grocery list items into ShopWell. The “food detective” app will break down what’s good (and what’s bad) in your cart and help you make better nutrition decisions in 2017.
If you’re the kind of person who wanders into the grocery store but can’t figure out what to make, try PlateJoy. Let the app know what foods you love and dislike, as well as any dietary restrictions or goals, and it will personalize meal plans based on your needs.
Kickstart your diet and meal prep plan with recipe boxes from HelloFresh. Simply order the meals a few days in advance, and they’ll ship directly to your doorstep.
This app is perfect for singles and young people on the go. Mealime provides personalized meal plans and shopping lists for quick, healthy, and delicious recipes for every meal of the day.
With over 150 caveman diet-approved recipes, Paleo Plate provides recipes, tips, and stunning imagery for fresh and delicious meals.
This app helps you make smarter eating choices when you’re on the go. Locate restaurants with healthy and fresh menu items, read reviews, and personalize search to accommodate allergies or dietary restrictions.
Smoothie Recipes Pro
You can’t detox without a few good smoothie recipes. This app contains over 200—just plug in your favorite ingredients and explore hundreds of fresh, nutrient-packed drinks.