These days, counting calories is a vital component of any fitness program and lots of restaurants are helping us out by publishing the calories right on their menus.
But when you go grocery shopping, you have to really dig into the product labeling to determine the nutritional values, which can get a bit tedious.
Unless you are a nutritionist or have one shopping with you, we have a great suggestion for getting the info you need before you buy anything from now on!
It’s a food app that educates; it’s called Fooducate and all you have to do is snap a picture of the barcode to get a quick health grade and calorie count and a wealth of health info if you really want to dig in.
You’ll now know if a product has controversial ingredients, too much sugar or sodium, if it highly processed and best of all, Fooducate will give you a list of alternatives that are healthier to consider buying instead.
If you’re counting calories, do it with ease with Fooducate, which is available for both iPhone and Android users and it’s free
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