iPhone and iPad apps tagged "dieting app."
Track your paleo and zone diet with Food RXs newly added features
KJM Productions today is pleased to announce the release of Food RX 1.52, an update to its easy-to-use paleo and zone dieting app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Food RX makes it easy to follow the paleo and zone diets with additional tools for the CrossFit community. Version 1.
WeightMeter Makes Tracking Weight Quick and Easy
WeightMeter provides a simple way to record and track weight, with a weight chart comparison to veiw progress over time.
Calorie Counter* Earns an A for Nutrition and Diet Apps
If the holidays put you in mind of watching your weight, then no doubt you’re silently counting calories at every party and family gathering. Even if you prefer to throw caution to the weight-watching wind and worry about it later, it might be nice to at least monitor your nutritional intake.
Shake a Snack's 3-Ingredient Ideas Promotes Healthy Eating
Shake a Snack, a virtual ingredient slot machine filled with simple and healthy 3-ingredient recipes, was just named one of the “Top Shape-Up Apps” in the October issue of Health magazine. The app’s creator, Heather Wolf, says her passion for juggling is what sparked the idea for the app.
Lose It: Count Calories, Track Exercise to Reach Your Fitness Goals
Lose It! is one of the first user-friendly calorie-counting apps for the iPhone, and it is free. The Lose It app from FitNow utilizes the Mifflin equation to determine what your daily calorie intake should be.
MyNetDiary is a Great Calorie Counter - but costs 9 dollars a month!
The "health and fitness" area of the AppStore is filled with extremely bad calorie counter apps (such as "Absolute Fitness" — which should be totally avoided). With the self-proclaimed tagline "Serious Weight Loss Comes to the iPhone", MyNetDiary promises more and delivers.
Daily Count: Another Flawed Calorie Count App
Daily Count from Paze Interactive is one of the worst dieting apps I have seen on iPhone. Unlike other apps, this one doesn't even try to calculate the calories in a specific food -- you have to enter them yourself.