Nutrition At Your Fingertips: New Nutrition App Guide in JSI Resource Center

App guide title slide2A brand new addition to the JSI Resource Center will turn your mobile devices into nutrition powerhouses – check out the FSU Nutrition App Guide! This app guide was created by students Dianna Carpentieri, Mollynda McArthur and Emily Saperia with Professor Denise Hobby, M.Ed, as a graduate project for the class Computer Applications in Nutrition at Framingham State University. There is an abundance of nutrition and fitness related applications available for mobile devices. After conducting an objective, educated evaluation of many apps, students and faculty compiled this list to aid mobile device users in choosing those that are the most reliable and functional.

The FSU Nutrition App Guide provides succinct reviews and links to downloads for 45 apps, many of which are available for multiple device types (Apple, Android, Blackberry, and more). The reviews are grouped into two main sections – apps for nutrition professionals, and apps for consumers – and cover apps for clinical use, food tracking, recipes, games and more.

Now there’s no need to spend hours searching for the best nutrition apps! Using the FSU Nutrition App Guide means the work of searching for functional, credible nutrition apps has been done for you. Just head to the Nutrition App Guide section in the JSI Resource Center, and you can view the guide as an interactive slide show or download the full guide as a pdf.

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