Posted on September 5th, 2012 by
Katherine Zeratsky, a registered dietitian at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, says she works with patients who use services like MyFitnessPal to help them eat healthfully when they travel. But not all apps have the same ease of use, features or science backing them up, Ms. Zeratsky said. “It’s caveat emptor, the buyer needs to beware.” She recommended that diners use, for example, calorie-counting apps that are based on a reliable database, like the one from the Agriculture Department.
NY Times by Julie Weed
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