This article takes a look at some of the top apps that are most popular within the bariatric community. Anyone of these apps can be implemented into your daily routine.
Just click on each one to see what they are about. They have all been linked taking you directly to their downloadable app page.
Here’s a list of the apps we are going to cover:
My Diet Coach
Bariatric surgery is a very complicated and involved procedure that takes a lot of preparation, medical oversight, and involves a long recovery process. However, for those suffering from obesity, this procedure can be one of the most important treatments in the world.
According to the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, a majority of those who undergo the treatment are able to maintain successful weight-loss in the long run. In fact, self-reports indicate that most patients are able to lead healthier and higher-quality lives.
Here are the top bariatric apps to ensure your post-surgery routine is successful.
As the name of this app suggests, Baritastic is a fantastic bariatric app for bariatric patients. In fact, it is claimed to be the #1 app for bariatric patients.
A quick review of the included features will quickly justify this claim. This app includes water and nutrition tracking so users can keep track of their caloric intake. Users also receive reminders about medications, vitamins, meals, and more.
Baritastic also includes a BMI index chart and other helpful information. Most importantly, this app connects users with a bariatric social support group and specific bariatric resources.
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