Technology has brought us not only ways to improve efficiency, but also means to monitor our health better. Women now have a vast resource of apps to help keep healthy and fit, wherever they are and whenever they need it.
Period Tracker is an easy and efficient way of keeping tabs with your monthly period. Period Tracker not only lets you enter data about the start and end of your cycle, it also lets you jot down notes about your symptoms and moods for each day.
With the Period Tracker app, you can also set reminders to take your birth control pill, make notes about you fertile days, log your weight and internal body temperature if you are attempting to get pregnant. After three months of data are entered, Period Tracker will provide you a ballpark figure of your fertile and ovulation days based on the duration of your average cycle.
Calorie Counter and Diet Tracker
This app performs as both calorie and exercise counter. It has hundreds of calorie info of foods ranging from grocery items like Trader Joe’s to restaurant staples like California Pizza Kitchen. It keeps track of your caloric intake so that you can watch your diet.
This app intends to provide delicious and healthy recipes. The Cooking Light app contains over 300 simple and healthy recipes including nutrition computations, as well as cooking and grocery shopping hints.
WebMD.com is very informative at the same time user-friendly. It allows you to search for a particular medical concern. It has an extensive database for First Aid. It also offers a ton of information on their Drug and Treatment section, which lets you study drug interactions, side effects and more.