Nutrino Offers Personalised Meal Suggestions For Your Health Goals

Nutrino Offers Personalised Meal Suggestions For Your Health Goals

iOS: Nutrino wants to make it easier to make good health decisions based on your personal fitness and nutrition goals. The iOS app puts a dietitian in your pocket to help you stay motivated and take the stress out of meal planning.

Nutrino has been around for a while, but it has recently launched Nutrino 2.0, which includes some new features. Most notably, the service has revamped its meal-planning tools to only offer you food suggestions based on your goals, whether you’re trying to build muscle, lose weight, eat healthy or gain weight. The app also incorporates fitness and activity tracking, so you can sync your Fitbit or Withings device, Runkeeper account, Moves account or other fitness tracker. The app is kind of a health hub, featuring meals and recipes for your meal plan as well as personalised suggestions based on your activity level and an ongoing record of your workouts and activities.

The new version also features a built-in “health coach” that proactively engages you with news, reminders, health tips, and more. You can also add the recipes and meals from your meal plan to a grocery list to take shopping with you, and view specific nutritional information for each meal to help you track macros.

The app isn’t perfect of course — for one, the app is subscription-based, so while you can download it for free, unlocking all of those useful features requires a subscription fee. Beyond that, some reviewers have highlighted that the meal variety can get to be a bit much (and a bit expensive), and more options to limit meal variation or use leftovers would be nice. Either way, sentiment around the app is generally positive, and if you’re looking for a bit of a personal health coach, it’s a solid option. Hit the link below to try it out. The new version is out for iOS now, and Android is on the way soon.

Nutrino (free) [iTunes App Store via Nutrino]

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