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5 Apps for Healthy Eating

Have you ever looked at a product in a grocery store and wonder if it was right for you? With all the different ingredients, including unknown chemicals, compiled with confusing labels, it has become increasingly difficult to make healthier choices when it comes to our nutrition. Luckily at the touch of your fingertips, you can find healthy eating apps that will fit every lifestyle.

Each app is amazing in its own way. Perhaps you would like to avoid a certain type of allergen in your food? Well there is an app for that! Are you looking for healthier alternatives to easily accessible and overly abundant fast food chains? Well you’re in luck! Take a look below at some nutrition conscious apps and start your journey on the road to healthy eating.

Non GMO Project- Free

Designed to support consumers’ right to know what is in their food and aid in avoiding GMOs. This app features a list of brands and products that have been verified through the Non-GMO projects product verification program.

Food Tripping- Free

Find great alternatives to fast food wherever you are. Food tripping locates the closest eateries, juice joints, and farmers markets, near you.

CSPI Chemical Cuisine- Free

Understanding what exactly are those ingredients on our food labels. It provides a brief description of over 130 additives, along with an overall recommendation of whether it is safe, one should cut back, caution from, or if it should be avoided in certain types of people.

Eating clean- Free, 1.99 for pro

Helps consumers identify what is in their food, checks for ingredients that may be harmful to them. Scan bar codes at the tips of your fingers for hundreds of products.

Dirty Dozen- Free

Helps consumers who want to reduce their exposure to pesticides in produce but cannot find or afford and all organic diet. It helps consumers seek out conventionally grown fruits and vegetables that tend to test low for pesticide residues.

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