AppsDiet App MyNetDiary Heads into the Holiday Season with New Diet Plans and Recipes

New offerings from top-rated nutrition and calorie tracking app, MyNetDiary (www.mynetdiary.com) include keto-, low-carb-focused, vegetarian, vegan and Mediterranean diets and functionality, along with hundreds of Premium Recipes (fast and easy with the majority clocking in at about 20 minutes max). If you start monitoring eating and calorie-intake now, you will be able to ignore all the calls to start cleanses and intense workouts to “repent” for holiday indulgences!

Users of different lifestyles can choose from a variety of diets based on their preferences and further customize diet and tracking options from measuring carb and protein intake to calorie distribution and macronutrient targets. For each diet, the app provides premium features, including personalized guidance and feedback, access to diet libraries, extensive nutritional information and advice developed by registered dietitians.

With the holiday season upon us, many users, including an uptick in younger consumers, are turning to tech to track their way to fitness. MyNetDiary has seen an increase in app engagement during COVID-19, as stress, emotional eating and working from home highlight the need for customizable, DIY weight-loss and weight-management solutions.

“The coronavirus has been reshaping how consumers eat, shop, pursue physical fitness and seek out expert nutritional advice,” says MyNetDiary CEO and founder Sergey Oreshko. “Our goal from day one was to build the most comprehensive diet app. It’s more important than ever to empower our users with the ability to customize their diet plans and provide them with the knowledge and support they need to look and feel their best.”

Launched in 2007, MyNetDiary is one of the original online and mobile (iOS, Android) trackers with over 11.5 million members worldwide. Focus on easy customization, data-backed advice, an interactive community and delicious recipes helps members turn good intentions into long-lasting, positive change with average active members losing 1.4 pounds a week.

While core functions such as calorie counting, daily analysis and tips from a top-level team of registered dietitians are available for free, Premium membership, which can be activated for $8.99 per month or $59.99 per year, features wearable tracker integrations along with personalized popular diets and hundreds of recipes.

MyNetDiary’s food catalogue offers a complete and up-to-date nutrition database, with over 1,000 foods added or updated daily. The app is currently debuting a more extensive Food Search Database, which offers up a breakdown of nutritional information and calorie burn times. According to their in-house team of Registered Dietitians, seeing the calorie burn time of foods empowers users to make informed decisions about their food choices. It’s eye-opening how much exercise it can take to burn the off extra calories from a snack or an extra portion, which can be particularly useful around the holidays!

For more information visit:

MyNetDiary – http://www.mynetdiary.com

MyNetDiary Blog – http://www.mynetdiary.com/blog.html

MyNetDiary on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/mynetdiary

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