How To Use the ‘Bitesnap’ App To Track Your Food Intake

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One of the best apps I’ve used to track my food intake has been the ‘Bitesnap’ app.

A description from the ‘Bitesnap’ website is below:

Count calories and nutrients just by taking a…

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Fitness professional & nutrition coach with 18+ years experience as a personal trainer in San Francisco | www.sfbodymatrix.com

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