Best app for healthy eating

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Let me to share with you one of the best app I have ever used for making my grocery shopping much more sensibly.
It is eye opening to understand and know what is really in our food!
Scan the item you intend to buy and you may end up buying nothing!
In families where healthy or special diet is very important this little app can be a huge help and a real game changer!
Also can be used as an educator for our children to demonstrate them that the food they really like or crave is in reality toxic for their body! Or use it just enhance the nutritional education of your kids.
The app is free and is available for IPhone or Android!


By simply scanning the barcode on packaged food items as you shop, you can glean all the key nutritional details without having to decipher a single label. Fooducate gives every food item a letter grade for health, from A to D, based on an algorithm developed by nutritionists and dietitians, which takes into account the nutritional density of each food. The program even considers ingredients and other nutrition label components that sometimes get lost in harried consumers’ processed-food analyses, such as preservatives, additives, high fructose corn syrup, food colorings, added sugar and serving sizes. Users can weigh the pros and cons of each product and compare them side-by-side to healthier options.

Low carb peanut-coco balls

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These sugar free, low carb peanut-coconut balls are so soft, so delicious and they are so good for your body…that you will be addicted to them!

The on hand preparation is around 20 minutes and no baking required!
Perfect for kid parties for an easy and neat dessert idea, for unexpected visitors or just for a nice and healthy treat to the lunchbox for your child.

 

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My low carb “Hungarian apple pie”

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This Hungarian flaxseed apple pie is so rich and so fresh!
It is perfect for a second dish after a nice warm soup or as a dessert itself with a hot tea or coffee.
You can make it with any other fruits instead of apples…pears, cherry, strawberry, plum would be all fine with this recipe!
This recipe is low carb, sugar free, gluten free, lactose free. Very easy to make and the result is guaranteed!!!

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