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Carb Genius! A One-Stop Destination for a Healthy Keto Lifestyle

 

MyNetDiary announces the debut of their App, Carb Genius! This app is a comprehensive tool for keto and low-carb diets.  Registered Dietitians love and support this app that comes with hundreds of easy recipes!

 

The app focuses on low carb and keto diets.  MyNetDiary is one of the original calorie-tracking apps on the market.  They have over 12 million global users. People are turning to tech and the internet for specific wellness needs around diets.  It’s really a one-stop destination for anyone who wants to live a healthy low-carb lifestyle. Carb Genius uses the latest science statistics and google analytics in the low-carb world to target healthy living.  Registered Dietitians love this app and provide support and motivation for users.  There are hundreds of easy and tasty low-carb and Keto recipes for users. During the back-to-school season, this app is perfect for moms who have busy schedules.  All of the premium recipes are fast and easy!  The majority of recipes taking only 20 minutes of preparation and cooking time!

A premium subscription is $59.99 for a year or $8.99 monthly. To purchase, visit: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/carb-genius-keto-diet-app/id1553449302

Is Chocolate Really Good For You?

MyNetDiary Has the Inside Scoop on Chocolate!

With Valentine’s Day coming up, it’s safe to say that chocolate consumption is about to go way up!

Chocolate Box with Triangular Shapes
There is some debate over whether or not chocolate is actually that good for you, so our clients at MyNetDiary decided to do their own research. Turns out, chocolate is actually good for you! But before you go reaching for a super-sized box of Valentine’s Day chocolate, you’ll want to understand where the benefits actually come from so you can choose your chocolate accordingly.

According to the article in MyNetDiary:

Chocolate’s Reputation Keeps Changing

“Chocolate enjoys just as healthy a reputation today as it did anciently. The Aztecs named their bitter chocolate beverage “food of the gods.” Europeans believed the treat was a general-purpose curative. Indeed, modern science has uncovered evidence for potential health benefits such as the following:

The article goes on to discuss flavanols and how much chocolate you might have to eat in order to receive the benefits from them, along with some facts about the different kinds of the confection contain the highest amounts. It compares plain, white, milk and dark. Everyone has a favorite and the choice of the sweet confectionary can often determine personality other traits. The White variety is easy to identify because of its cream of white  – sometimes ivory,  but some white does not contain any cocoa solids at all making it a distant cousin to its cocoa solid based relations.

The sweet confectionary has been a long time favorite and will continue to be so for many years to come
For more on this subject, read the article at MyNetDiary.com

A Free Calorie Counter & Diet Assistant

Meet MyNetDiary

Looking for a scientifically proven way to lose weight? Hailed by Women’s Health, USA Today, Shape, Wall Street Journal, Runner’s World, Consumer Reports, and more, MyNetDiary is the latest and greatest in weight loss apps that actually helps users track calories and lose weight.

This app allows you to:

  1. Set your targets and plan
  2. Log meals and exercise
  3. Stay on track
  4. Reach your goals

MyNetDiary food catalog is the most complete, accurate, and up-to-date nutrition database in the English-speaking world. They update approximately 900 foods every day by their special food team! They have a special interface for users where customers can send in their photos of new or incorrect food so that the food team can process the request and make the necessary additions or changes!

MyNetDiary boasts over 50,000 4.5-5 star reviews like this one:

“This is my favorite food diary app. I used six of the “top” apps in this category for several days so that I could compare them and select what worked best for me. MyNetDiary was the winner. Intuitive, simple layout, decent database, appealing graphic design, and no ads.”

And this one:

“I downloaded several food tracking apps to test them out and this one blew them all out of the water! It’s so easy to use. The food library is extensive and it’s simple to add your own on the rare occasion your search comes up empty. It tracks your calories and the percentages of carbs, protein, and fat of your allotted intake. You can add exercise and connect with your fitness watch. I have the FREE version and it gives me a daily analysis with tips! And it works! I saw major results within the first week that I hadn’t seen trying for a month and a half prior!”

It connects with all the major fitness devices like Garmin, Apple Watch, Fitbit, Samsung Health, Google fit, and more, so you really can’t go wrong.

They have a free version, which has many of their popular features. But there is also the option to do a Premium version, which takes the experience to the next level.

So what are you waiting for? If you’ve been struggling to find accountability and a proven method to help you stay on track and lose weight, try MyNetDiary today!

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