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Top Nutrition Apps for 2018

by Krista A. March 20, 2018

Top Nutrition Apps for 2018

This month, schools, businesses, and consumers around the United States are celebrating nutrition month. March has been designated as nutrition month since 1980, when it was extended from one week to a full, dedicated month after Americans' interest in nutrition grew.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, most Americans do not consume enough fruits and vegetables: “In 2015, only 12% of adults ate enough fruit and 9% ate enough vegetables. In 2013, 9% of adolescents ate enough fruit and 2% ate enough vegetables.” 

This year’s nutrition theme is “Go Further with Food.” We know eating healthy can be difficult. To help you go further with food, we’ve highlighted a few helpful phone apps.



There are lots of nutrition apps out there that have calorie counting as one component of fitness tracking. With nutrition facts for over two million foods, MyFitnessPal boasts the largest food database to help you count calories easily and accurately. The app even lets you import recipes to get a full nutritional breakdown of the meals you cook at home. With over 2 million reviews and a 4.6+ average rating, MyFitnessPal is an app that’s already helped millions of people get closer to achieving their nutrition goals.

Apple – 4.7/5 

Google Play – 4.6/5 



Have you ever been nervous about going out to eat when trying to stick to a new diet? HealthyOut helps you find dishes at local restaurants that match your diet and nutrition preferences. With information covering over 500 cities across the United States, you can be sure you’re choosing the right meal to suit your needs. HealthyOut caters to special diets and cuisines like paleo, Italian, low carb, and more. The app also suggests modifications to dishes that can help you boost nutrition or cut unnecessary calories from your meal.

Apple – 4.4/5

Google Play – 4.0/5



8fit’s app combines personalized workouts, fitness guides, and nutrition plans to help users achieve their fitness goals. With fitness plans rooted in HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) and based on current fitness level, users can get a quick, effective workout in anytime and anywhere, without needing to pay for a gym membership. Their nutritious meal plans are customized down to the ingredient, making them easy to follow. Over 100,000 users have reviewed their app and they have a 4.6+ rating.

Apple – 4.7/5 

Google Play – 4.6/5 


MyPlate Calorie Tracker

MyPlate is a user-friendly app that helps you track calories and exercise. MyPlate was created by LIVESTRONG.COM, one of the go-to sources for diet, nutrition, and fitness tips. Meal plans in the app were created by nutritionist Keri Glassman and include simple, easy to prepare meals that are delicious and low-calorie. There’s also a community of MyPlate users to join to support your quest for healthier eating and overall better wellbeing. 

Apple – 4.6/5

Google Play – 4.6/5


Do you have a favorite nutrition app that we forgot to mention? Let us know in the comments!


Krista A.
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