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5 apps to track your diet

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Diet and exercise are essential parts of staying healthy during your stroke recovery. We’ve gathered five of the most useful apps to track your daily eating habits.

Some of these apps have features that are entirely free to use (and more features you can access by subscribing), while others offer a free trial and then require subscription.

Lifesum: Diet and Macro Tracker

  • A great app to receive personalized diet plans, healthy recipes, and track your daily caloric intake. Lifesum offers nutritional information and advice that can help you get healthy and understand your diet.
  • Website: lifesum.com 

My Fitness Pal

  • Allows you to track your calories, and log your food throughout the day to keep track of your diet and simple and easy to understand way. It’s known for having a massive food database that makes tracking your food and nutritional intake that much easier. 
  • Website: myfitnesspal.com

Foodility

  • A simple yet effective way to log your food. If counting calories is not what you need, this is a great alternative. It’s a calendar layout which allows you to enter what you’ve eaten throughout the day, to have an easy visual of what your diet looks like. Only available for iOS.
  • Website: foodility.io

Freeletics Nutrition 

  • Helps you keep track and maintain a healthy diet, by customizing diet plans for you, also allows you to choose your goals, whether they may be to lose weight, maintain your weight, or just eat healthier. You can also log your food, or view recipes.
  • Website: freeletics.com/en/nutrition/

Noom

  • Get to know yourself quizzes and food logging helps you better your understanding of your behavior and attitudes towards food. A great app to learn more about your personal psychology in relation to your diet.
  • Website: noom.com

Always remember to check with your doctor what is best for you in terms of diet and nutrition, before starting any specific program or diet.

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