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Alternative products to EatHealthy Tracker

EatHealthy Tracker

A simple approach to diet tracking

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6 alternative and related products to EatHealthy Tracker

Lifesum

Lifestyle tracker and calorie counter

Maks Koseda πŸ“šπŸ’»- πŸŽ“ Studying: Software Engineering πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»
Takes care of the health aspect. Scanning products is super easy (you can scan the barcode or, if you pay for premium, just take a picture of the meal!). It definitely made me healthier overall
Jeff Waters- Product Manager, VIPole
I have been using Lifesum too. I like it a lot.
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
Would be worth checking out Lifesum also. I think you're already using the best apps available though πŸ˜€. I haven't found anything perfect for tracking both. I think it's a tough space since what people do for diet/exercise is generally so different. Too much to fit in a single app.
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TacoShell

Shell-style calorie tracker with super efficient input

TacoShell is a website for nutrition tracking that has a simple, shell-style interface. You can add nutrients by simply typing a line instead of clicking through menus, which can save a lot of time. So for example, you can just write "230g chicken breast".

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BodBot

Your own personal trainer, nutritionist and coach. Free.

Kyle W. Ludwig- Co-founder, Looma 🍐
Using it will speak for itself
Kyle W. Ludwig- Co-founder, Looma 🍐
I was impressed with the user experience and depth of knowledge in this app. I don't know the team, but I can tell they worked hard on it and knew what they were doing. This app goes far beyond generic workout advice most other apps tend to give.
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