Low carb diets are those that restrict carbohydrate consumption to help people lose weight and keep their obesity under control. These diets are helpful for people suffering from diabetes too. Whatever your reason for choosing these diets, picking up tools to help you stay on the right track with your diet plan is not bad idea. These 5 low carb diet apps can help:
Low Carb Diet Assistant: keeps track of carbs, water, sugar and your weight. Covers 110,000 food items and over 400 restaurants.
Carb Master: keeps track of water, glucose, daily carbs, and other important factors. It can help you create your own recipes.
Carbs Control: a useful tool for anyone on a low carb diet (even for those with diabetes). It covers 500 food brands and 300 popular fast food and casual dining restaurants.
Diabetes Buddy: if you have got diabetes, you can’t go wrong with this app. It tracks the factors that influence your blood sugar level. It is more than just a diet app.
Low Carb: provides you with news and tips on low carb diets. Useful if you are obsessed with this type of diet.
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