Take Control of Your Body with Dietista
Even though Summer is now over, there is no reason why you can’t start a fitness plan now. After all, investing in your health is never a bad choice. And since so much of our physical health is determined by the fuel we ingest, it makes sense to tailor it to our individual body goals.
When starting a new diet, most people can easily come up with a few meals that meet their requirements. However, after a few days, diets can become tedious, unappetizing, or just plain boring. Getting started on a new diet plan can often be hard without a dietician. And sadly, today’s economy makes hiring external guidance impossible for most.
Luckily, XDA Forum Member tofira created Dietista to function as a virtual dietitian. The app takes your body type and needs into consideration to customize a personal (and flexible) daily menu.
Dietista can be set for losing weight, gaining muscle, or maintaining your current weight. It then keeps track of your progress towards your goals. The app allows you to rate dishes and can even learn your culinary tastes. Finally, the ingredients required to make your meals are exported to a shopping list so that you never find yourself unable to make your meals.
Head over to the application thread to take control of your body.
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