Track Your Nutrition With This App Made for Athletes

Athleats App

In a world saturated by mobile apps, it takes a lot to be blown away by a new one, especially if we're talking health and fitness. But the aptly named athleats, a new mobile app that tracks everything an athlete would ever want to know about their nutrition, may warrant some space on your mobile device. 

Whether you want to store healthy recipes, keep track of calories or plan meals several days in advance, the app's comprehensive features do it all.

Find Healthy Recipes

A quick Google search can overwhelm you with recipes, but the athleats app tailors meal recommendations specifically to active people committed to living healthy lifestyles.

Whether you're looking for homemade energy bars that cut out processed ingredients or a post-workout green smoothie that's low in sugar and high in protein, you can find it in the app's SearchEats database.

The database currently has over 60,000 healthy recipes to choose from, each with a full listing of nutritional information, so you'll know what you're putting in your body before you even preheat the oven. You can also create your own recipes, upload a photo and add it to the database. 

Track Your Nutrition

Performance comes down to more than hours in the gym or miles logged; in fact, nutrition is often the tipping point between average, good and great.

With that in mind, the PlanEats feature of the app tracks calories, macro and micro nutrients, grams of protein, carbs and fats and even the daily percentage of different vitamins.  

Unlike other apps that require users to log daily food intake ingredient by ingredient, athleats allows users to simply pick a recipe and add it to PlanEats for automatic logging. Want to individually add in food outside of recipes? You can do that, too.

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Jackie Veling

Jackie Veling is a Running Editor for Active.com. She’s passionate about overall wellness and body positivity and believes running is a great tool for achieving both. You can follow her on Twitter.

Jackie Veling is a Running Editor for Active.com. She’s passionate about overall wellness and body positivity and believes running is a great tool for achieving both. You can follow her on Twitter.

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