The new editions of the Cook & Count Carbs app bring extra helpings of information to your fingertips.
The Cook & Count Carbs app
The Cook & Count Carbs app is NHS approved as a resource if you are looking to improve your diabetes management while eating healthily. The app is designed specifically to support carb counting for home cooking, and is particularly useful for insulin-dependent diabetics. It also educates about calorie awareness and portion control for general weight loss and for dealing with Type 2 diabetes. You can enter your own recipes to build your own digital recipe book for ongoing reference.
Founder Deborah Wilder says, “Our mission is to make home cooking enjoyable for everyone. Regardless of special dietary or medical requirements. To support those with Coeliac disease, gluten or dairy intolerance we’ve introduced the ability to filter out certain food types, so people will be able to see what they can eat, not what they can’t. Also, we see so many questions on social media sites asking non-qualified people for advice on topics such as carb counting. Safety is key and we want to help make sure people get the right advice.
“We were very excited to introduce our new dietitian-moderate forum, a place where people can talk about nutrition and get support under the watchful eye of an expert. The ‘Ask the dietitian’ feature provides live online sessions where our in-house dietitian is available to answer questions on topics such as carb-counting and dealing with specific food intolerances and allergies.”
The updated app also regularly introduces delicious, well-balanced new recipe packs. Cook & Count Carwbs has been welcomed as a trustworthy solution to carb and calorie counting challenges and is recommended by dietitians and diabetes departments across the UK.
App store: http://bit.ly/CandCC
Google Play: http://bit.ly/CCC_android_V2
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