While this app really is indispensible if you're following Weight Watchers, it's not much good otherwise, as many of the features can only be used if you have an online subscription, which you pay for.
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Luckily, there's no need for complicated calorie counting books, or expensive, time-consuming meetings - you just need to find the App that's right for you.
The extensive library of foods - over 30,000 - includes restaurant meals and gives a Weight Watchers point value for each entry, as well as calculating your daily point allowance and how many points you have remaining.
If you're so inclined you can even share your progress, meal plan etc. Free This one is aimed women, and it's all about motivating you to keep committed to losing weight.
It allows you to set personalised reminders - for example, "prepare a healthy lunch" or "drink water" - and will help you combat exercise laziness and food temptation with motivational photos and slogans.
We know we should be eating them, that they can reputedly speed metabolism and aid weight loss, but how many of us know all the varieties, what they're supposed to do, how much to eat and how to incorporate them into our diet?
This handy app makes things easy with a series of mini articles, like "Groundbreaking superfood antioxidants" and "Best super greens", plus a handy guide to all the individual superfoods and their specific benefits.