Eating for Health

Published on July 28th, 2014 | by Feelgood Style


Nutrition Advice App Consults a Live Nutritionist

by Liz Thompson

A new nutrition advice app does more than spit out calorie counts. You get to consult with a live nutritionist. And we have a code for you to try it FREE!

A new nutrition advice app does more than spit out calorie counts. You get to consult with a live nutritionist. And we have a code for you to try it FREE!

Last week at Feelgood Style we talked sugar, diet and health. And I mentioned that I‘d recently enlisted some help in my mission to lose 5 lbs and get my energy levels back up.

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Here’s how I did that.

The new nutrition advice iPhone app Rise walks you through your nutrition issues with a real life nutritionist. You download the free app, plug in your details and what you’d like to focus on (weight loss, eating healthier, boosting energy, looking hot for an upcoming event…) and then choose a nutritionist to work with. You then update your profile with what you eat daily and correspond with your own personal nutritionist, who gives you personalized nutrition advice and gets to the bottom of your dietary struggles.

Awesome, huh? I’ve always wanted my own personal nutritionist, so this is very exciting. How about you? Would you like to try Rise? The personal nutritionist is a subscription service. But guess what…right now Feelgood Style readers get the service for free! You’ll be prompted to enter your credit card info, then use code RISEGK8 where it says gift code.

Once you are all set up, start adding pics of your meals and snacks to your plan and your nutritionist will be in touch to guide you through with expert nutrition advice.

I hope lots of you will take part in this with me. I’ll be posting along the way and would love for you to chime in with your experiences.

This article originally ran at Feelgood Style and is republished here with permission.

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is an organic beauty expert, writer, and mom of two young environmentalists who can already spot a toxic product when they see one. Read more about me at Organic Beauty, and find me on , Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook.

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