3 Free iPhone Apps That Will Help You Eat Smarter

The Dirty Dozen & Clean 15

Confused about whether it’s worth it or not to buy organic produce? Turns out some produce is more susceptible to pesticides, meaning buying organic is negotiable for some items, but not for others. The Environmental Working Group’s list of “The Dirty Dozen” and “The Clean 15” demystifies which items you should buy organic and which ones you can buy conventional.

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Seafood Watch

seafood watch doubleWith its abundance of omega-3s and lean protein, you know fish is good for you. But wondering what to make of the terms“sustainable,” “farmed” and “wild” in reference to seafood? Check out The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch app to learn what the best seafood choices are, both for you and the sea animals you’re eating. The app is customized by region and rates various seafood as “Best Choice,” “Good Alternative” or “Avoid.” The app also features a sushi guide, which will help you make sustainable sushi choices.

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Cook’s Illustrated

cooks illustrated appCook’s Illustrated magazine is the source for foolproof, classic recipes. The free Cook’s Illustrated iphone app brings you 50 of their most popular recipes. The database is limited, however, and it costs a whopping $36/month to access the entire Cook’s Illustrated article and recipe database. Still, the quality of the recipes provided is undeniable, and I’m glad to have them at my fingertips.

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One Thought on “3 Free iPhone Apps That Will Help You Eat Smarter

  1. Excellent suggestions. These are all very useful. Thanks!

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