As a working parent you have crazy days and around dinner time sometimes your creativity is not always in sync with your fridge’s content.
In Paris women burn calories on a bike, in Miami they dance, London they practice pilates and Hong Kong it’s yoga.
In a recent study conducted by Korean researchers, it was found that older people might pay more for a hybrid car as it boosts their self-esteem and image. Older people are right!
Moves automatically records any walking, cycling, and running you do. You can view the distance, duration, steps, and calories burned for each activity.
At least one of those app should be in your phone or tablet. Be inspired, eat healthy, keep a strong mind in a strong body, and of course like we said at home bon appétit!
Being a vegetarian and a bad cook in same time can be very tricky and there are some bad veg apps out there so let’s concentrate on one of my favourite: Green Kitchen.
It’s never too late to eat healthy and to take your fitness in control. To do so, you need to set up your goals, to be motivated and to be guided with a FREE app to make greens smoothies that don’t taste like grass!
The Whole Pantry provides new tools, recipes and encouragement to live their whole lives.
Take action on your own health and well-being.
Gluten intolerance people often struggle when making healthy food choices. With SwitchFood app, gluten free people can now shop easier!
Whistle uses information including weight, age, breed, and location to provide rich, individualized insights about your pet. They highlight the details that matter.