I’ve been known to be quite the health nut in my time. This is one of the reasons I’ve always been into the yoga and nutrition space. I’m a certified yoga instructor, I have a degree in nutrition, I’m a long-time vegetarian, and I love all things healthy. I am now a certified yoga nutritionist. My motto is “Be Healthy for Yourself.
I’ve been known to be quite the health nut. And the reason why I have a hard time with being healthy is that my diet consists of mostly vegetarian/vegan/raw food (with the occasional meat-infused burger or something). And this is when I find myself in a bind.
I am a guy who loves food. So I was really excited for this new diet app to feature in my app store review. It’s called “Journey To Your Health” and basically a free app with just a few features.
This is one of the few apps that has a health section on it. The app is free and easy to use. You get a summary of your current diet and see your progress. You choose your goals, and it shows you a chart of all the different foods you can eat. You also get a good idea of what you should be eating and how you should be consuming it. So I think it is a good app to use if you want to be healthy.
I’m sure the app developer felt that it was a good idea for people to want to make a lifestyle change, but I don’t think it was that clear when I first played it. It was just nice to know that I was still consuming the same foods and stuff I used to, and I was following my diet, but seeing a picture of what I did and how I did it was actually really helpful.
The other thing is the fact that it’s a nice idea to get a good idea of what people eat and how they are consuming it. Its also an app really good for people who want to make a change in their life.
Is it not good for me to get in the habit of spending more or less time playing games? Maybe I should get in the habit of doing that.
Yes, there are some health-related questions you can ask yourself. For example, if you want to lose weight, you can ask yourself “will I be hungry?” “Will I be thirsty?” “Will I be tired?” And so on.
One of my favorite questions is “How much do I eat a day?” I asked myself a few hundred times and it turned out I was eating the same amount of food on a daily basis. You can think of this as a generalized weight and food intake question.