Are you new to cooking? Or are you a seasoned chef? Maybe you’re something in between? Regardless of your background in cooking, these cooking apps will help you come up with an answer to the infamous question, “What’s for dinner?” Use these fitness tips to cook healthier meals and eat healthier.
In Evernote Food (Free in the App Store), you are able to record favorite foods, “explore recipes and restaurants,” and preserve your most memorable food moments.” In the ‘Restaurants’ tab, for instance, the app uses your location and finds nearby restaurants and ranks them in descending order so that the favorites are at the top. One great feature in this app is the option to share meals with friends through e-mail, Twitter and Facebook.
If you’re looking for everyday paleo recipes, Nom Nom Paleo ($5.99 in the App Store) is just the app for you. The 130+ simple recipes available exclusively on this app are all free of gluten, soy and added sugar. This is great news for anyone who is gluten intolerant that has a hard time coming up with gluten-free meals. This app also has a ‘grocery list’ feature that makes shopping for ingredients much easier.
Fooducate (Free in the App Store) is a “healthy weight loss, food scanner & diet tracker” that’s been receiving top recognition in the app arena. And with no surprise, this app helps you lose weight by having you eat ‘real food’. It also tracks your progress. The scanning a barcode feature allows you to see what is actually in your food. How this app seamlessly syncs to the Apple Health App is what makes this cooking app stand out.
Use these fitness tips to refine and redefine your healthy eating options. Have you tried any of these apps? If so, comment and let us know how you liked them!
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