Find Healthy Alternatives with Fooducate

Mar 18, 2016 by     No Comments    Posted under: Sponsored Posts

Eating healthy is by no means an easy task, especially when you’ve gotten used to eating junk food and snacking on sweets and other food packed with salt and sugar. The truth is that you’d need all the help that you can get when it comes to transitioning to a healthier lifestyle according to the Huffington Post. Luckily, there are a slew of apps that can help you in your mission to transform yourself in a healthier person in 2016.

In 2012, Gaming Realms, renowned software creator and host to the Spin Genie entertainment site, claimed that “The market for virtual goods was worth US$7.3bn in 2010 and is expected to double by 2014”. In 2013, however, the Wall Street Journal reported that apps were already making close to $25 billion. Nearly a third of the US population of smartphone owners uses apps from the Health and Fitness category, and the market for mobile health is booming until today.

But again and again we see the same thing: apps that do nothing but aid in calorie counting, as said by Web MD. Any health expert can tell you that eating healthy isn’t as easy as counting calories and keeping to a daily allowance – you also need to be eating the right food to ensure your body gets the nutrients it needs.

Fooducate, however, takes calorie counting to a whole new level. Not only does it help you count the calories in the food you’re eating, but it also tells you more about what’s in your food. From ingredients to preservatives and chemicals, you’re sure to change the way you eat with all this new information.

But Fooducate goes beyond telling you that what you’re eating is bad for you, it also gives you great suggestions for alternatives to the food you’re eating. You can also use Fooducate to locate alternatives for specialized diets, such as gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and no sugar diets. It’s an excellent way to learn more about food, and it’s completely free. There’s even an active community using Fooducate so you can ask questions and opinions from those in the same boat!

Remember that healthy eating isn’t always equivalent to eating less. With Fooducate, it becomes possible to eat healthy, and still enjoy what you’re eating.

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