The Lose It! App - Solving the Freshman 15

The Lose It! App – Solving the Freshman 15


The Lose It! App   Solving the Freshman 15   Solving the Freshman Fifteen with the Lose It App

Lose It!  is one of the best Iphone fitness apps on the market. With Lose It! you can track your food intake and exercise, budget your calorie intake, and  monitor almost every aspect of your fitness. Lose It! contains a ton of very impressive features including:

  • Track your food intake by searching through a catalogue of predefined meals, branded food items, and much more
  • Track your exercise with predefined exercise routines that adapt to your specific body type
  • Set goals and calorie budgets
  • Track your progress, and get reminders
  • Comprehensive database of foods and activities
  • Quickly add new foods or exercises to the database
  • Setup recipes for more complicated foods
  • Quickly add to your log with previous meals, my foods, and other shortcuts
  • Track nutrients such as protein, fat, carbohydrates, and more
  • Email or print detailed reports directly from your iPhone or iPod
  • Works with or without a network connection
  • No advertisements
According to the website, “The average active Lose It! user has lost more than 12 lbs and more than 85% of our active users have lost weight.” That’s an impressive record, and the best thing about this app is that it is FREE.

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