My new favorite app to help with healthy eating is Fooducate. It is a great way to see if the foods you are buying at the store really "meet the grade" when it comes to healthy eating. With this app, you can scan the bar code on the foods you want to buy. The app then gives the food a "grade". Just like the grades you received in school an "A+" is the best. So, when I am shopping, I may scan an item to see if it meets the grade. If it doesn't, the app will suggest other similar items that may have a better rating. It's great because many food items we buy that we think are "healthy" may not be as healthy as we would like. Food labels and packaging can be very decieving so it is important to read the fine print, but who has time when they are trying to get their food shopping done! This app makes it very quick and easy. The app has other features that I haven't used as much but also look great. There is a health tracker that allows you to keep a food and exercise diary. I think this is great because keeping a diary is a super way to be more aware of how much food you are eating and how much time you spend being active. You can search for foods by typing the name in or by scaning the bar code. It also has a Daily Tip that gives you advice on different nutritional topics. Finally, you can personalize your settings so that you can set weight loss goals. You can also set a goal to lower your carb intake or eat more real foods. It will send you motivational tips if you keep your food logged in the health tracker. Overall, I think this is a great app even if you just use it at the grocery store for food shopping.