An app for that: How to pick a food-tracking app
How many calories did you eat today? Are you getting enough calcium? Keeping a lid on sodium? Smartphone (or tablet) apps like MyFitnessPal put the Nutrition Facts for millions of foods at your fingertips. Log each food you eat, then sit back and let the app do the math. Over time, companies claim, that adds up to healthier habits and fewer extra pounds. But the numbers aren’t always correct…or complete.
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