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Re: All Things Appy: 5 Top iOS Health and Fitness Apps
Posted by: Patrick Nelson 2013-01-24 23:26:14
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Many of us have got health and fitness on the mind as the new year gets under way, and the smartphone is proving itself to be a remarkable little healthcare provider. Among the useful apps in this vein is MyFitnessPal, which stores more than 2 million types of food in its database and provides a free barcode scanner to
look up foods you've eaten -- or are about to. This app lets you take control of your chowing down without pedantic and punctilious prescribed diets. You know how many calories you're allowed, and you know what you've eaten.

Re: All Things Appy: 5 Top iOS Health and Fitness Apps
Posted by: tobibest 2013-01-25 00:23:38 In reply to: Patrick Nelson
it is talking about the food we eat and the calories i allowed and the food i have eaten to make me hagile in a strenght of knowing the health and fitness of the mind
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