5 Food Apps and Websites for Sustainable Eating

by Guest Author on February 12, 2018

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There is nothing like ordering your favorite food at your most liked restaurant after a long stressful day. It’s also nice to go for grocery shopping to get your favorite food items to cook dishes at home. The main concern is searching the food products which are good for health and fitness. This article has 5 great apps and websites which includes some great recipes and features to allow users have great healthy eating benefits. These applications are stated below:

Happy Cow

Happy Cow is easy to use application. No matter where you are in the world, with just one click, you can search for a restaurant close to you which offers you vegetarian food. I have utilized this app while I have travelled in huge cities for example Toronto or some really distant zones. I usually search and get a place within some minutes. What’s more? It also has a nice recipe section in case you are looking for some recipes you can try it out.

Pateeri

Do you hate going to the mart for grocery shopping in cold weather? Do you wish you could avoid those long waiting queues at cash counters with your grocery? Well, there is this option with e-grocery system with Amazon now. Your grocery can be delivered to you every month at your door step. You can do your grocery shopping online through Pateeri.

How Good

This app tells you how good a product is in terms of health. The apps give 60 pointers of sustainability. To gather this information, they take date from 350 different certified institutes that consist of Rainforest Alliance, Humane Certified, and Fair Trade USA. With over 200,000 high rated products you can choose among good, best and great products.

Good Guide

Good Guide is an application that rates food products and different items on wellbeing, wellbeing and morals. They take item’s test as what it’s ecological effect and the organization’s consideration regarding work rights and helping its group. Items are then scored from a low of 0 to a high of 10. The higher the rating, the better the item from its wellbeing point of view.

MyFitnessPal

Calorie estimation is a established weight reduction tool. One well known application, MyFitnessPal, incorporates calorie checking into its technique for supporting weight reduction.

MyFitnessPal ascertains your everyday calorie needs and enables you to track what you eat for the duration of the day from a food database of more than 5 million unique food items. This even incorporates numerous products that are not generally simple to track. After you enter your inquiry, MyFitnessPal gives a breakdown of the calories that particular food has. You can even enter your daily calorie intake and work out details in MyFitnessPal and have a great weight loss routine with it.

The application can produce a couple of various reports, including a pie graph that gives you a diagram of your aggregate fat, carb and protein utilization. One of MyFitnessPal’s valuable highlights is its standardized identification scanner, which makes it simple to enter the nourishment data of some bundled food items. You can likewise track your weight and scan for solid formulas with MyFitnessPal.

Guest article written by: Noor Najam is 22-year old student who loves to explore food delights and ever growing new tastes of different regions. She likes to stay fit and make healthier food choices. She thinks she should have studied a culinary related bachelor’s degree instead of her current bachelors in Social Sciences. If you would like to learn more about her, read her latest posts at https://pateeri.com/

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Samantha Baker | The Vinyl Queen February 17, 2018 at 01:10

Love these, I have only ever used My Fitness Pal but really do love the sound of ‘Happy Cow’ so will give that one a test 🙂
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