Lance Armstrong's Livestrong foundation has announced the launch of its first iPhone App called Livestrong.com Calorie Tracker. The tracker works with the iPhone and the iPod touch and is available now from the App Store.
The application allows users to track their calorie intake and monitor their weight to help achieve better fitness and track exercise. The tracker has a search function that allows users to track what they eat during the day and tallies their caloric intake automatically. The database has 450,000 food items and 2,000 fitness activities.
“It’s all about consistency. We all know that thinking about making a change is different from actually going out and doing something about it. Whether someone is thinking about losing weight, eating healthy, running a marathon or just incorporating regular exercise in their day-to-day life, it takes commitment and daily determination to successfully effect positive change,” said Lance Armstrong, founder and chairman of the Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF) and LIVESTRONG.COM advisory board chairman.
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