Nutrition apps for smartphones are all the rage for families wanting to keep up the conversation about health and fitness. There is a lot of really good information out there that can benefit you when you’re on the run and in the dark about caloric intake and exercise. For example, the Runkeeper app available in both Apple App Store and Android Play Store, allows you to calibrate and track your heart rate, calories burned, and distance traveled while you’re chasing that second wind, while the Kitchen Stories software provides a lot of healthy recipes!
The popularity of nutrition apps on mobile phones speaks to health issues being more important than ever to your average family. It’s important we utilize the technologies on hand in order to realize the value of simple, nutritious foods in curing a wide variety of physical ailments.
For example, most any nutrition app would tell you that a combination of honey and cinnamon can help to cure or alleviate the symptoms of arthritis, hair loss, bladder infections, toothache, high cholesterol, the common cold, upset stomach, heart disease, irregularities in the immune system, indigestion, influenza, pimples, skin infection, obesity, cancer, fatigue, bad breath, and hair loss. That’s a lot of alleviation. Honey and cinnamon can also help reverse the effects of human aging, increasing longevity and getting rid of decay and wrinkles.
A spoonful of local honey is also well known for containing bad cases of allergies. Instead of taking an antihistamine that knocks you out cold or makes you feel like you have cloud-vision, find your local farmer’s market (if you’ve already taken a benadryl you may need to use the GPS on your smartphone, or, better yet, let your son or daughter use it) and ask for the honey booth. While you’re there, try and scare up some cinnamon, or other healthy spices as well.
The benefits from honey and cinnamon have been known about for over 1400 years, but in today’s fast food culture it’s no surprise they are relegated to the cupboards and closets, instead of right out on our dining room tables where they belong. Instead of smothering you pancakes with sugary syrup and whipped cream, why not try a combination of honey and cinnamon?
Honey and cinnamon are just examples of simple, nutritious foods that you can learn about from any number of nutrition apps. Just because we live in a fast, hi-tech world doesn’t mean we can’t slow down a bit and wield these new technologies in ways that strengthen our bodies, minds, and families. As always, our advice is to combine a healthy nutrition with an active lifestyle and you’ll rapidly notice a general health improvement. Allow your iPhone, smartwatch or any other smartphone to help you track your activity and the quality of food that you ingest!