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Introducing Nutrivise

Hello darlings!

My prolonged absence this time around can be explained by the fact that I have been working on an awesome facelift for the blog…sadly it has been taking longer than expected, but stay tuned. In the meantime I wanted to introduced you to Nutrivise– an great new app developed by one of my best friends from Stanford.

Don’t we all just love it when technology finds little ways to make our hectic, crazy lives just a bit easier? Well if, like me, you sometimes struggle to find healthy meal options during busy days at the office or mad dashes through airports, hotels, and random client locations, you will love Nutrivise. The app is designed to be a “pocket nutritionist” that tells you what and where to eat based on your personalized nutrition needs and health goals. You can select among a number of health goals, such as “build muscle” or “lose weight” and Nutrivise will parse through its database to find suitable meals for you in your vicinity. The app currently covers restaurants in the Bay Area and will eventually expand to include many other locations. You can also search for dishes or cuisines you are craving and the app will find nearby options for you. So if you are an iPhone user living in the Bay Area and interested in testing it out, you can sign up here. Nutrivise also has an awesome blog updated daily with healthy tips and recipes.

In good health,




One thought on “Introducing Nutrivise

  1. There are a lot of good apps out there to track what you’re eating, and it’s never been more clutch when I was on my last vacation:)

    Posted by wartica | November 3, 2012, 10:15 PM

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