Food is one of the issues that most concerns society today. And, when it comes to the little ones, even more so. The diet of the youngest is complex and, in addition, we must try to make it balanced and healthy so that, in the future, they adopt correct habits and do not limit themselves only to eating what they like. It is also necessary to control aspects such as coeliac disease or lactose intolerance, for example.
In this sense, there are now many applications available for smartphones that can be very useful. Glutenfreelist: the perfect app for coeliac childrenCeliac children are faced with the problem of not being able to eat cereals derived from wheat, which limits the possibilities within their diet. In fact, many foods in the supermarket, despite not containing these ingredients, may have traces of gluten, which makes the task even more complicated. Well, thanks to Glutenfreelist, the matter is quite simple.
Just by entering the name of the product, this app tells you if it is approved by the Federation of Celiac Associations of Spain. Counting Foods with Benny: application for diabetic childrenControlling the amount of carbohydrates that diabetic children consume is easy and fun thanks to this app. This way, the youngest ones can eat a wider variety of foods and, at the same time, control their blood sugar levels, something that will be very useful for them in the future.Food Flight: a fun game that teaches children to eat healthyThis game helps children understand the usefulness of eating a balanced and healthy diet. In particular, it challenges them to handle a snowman who has to pick up food falling from the sky until he consumes 2000 healthy calories.
If you only eat junk food, you will be disqualified. HD Healthy Eating: healthy recipes that help you feel better This app contains more than 200 delicious and healthy recipes developed by prestigious nutritionists. And it's not just for kids, it's for adults, too. In addition, it offers advice on how to help your defences with Actimel or lower your cholesterol levels with similar products.
In short, technology has been put at the service of health and, thanks to it, a healthy and balanced diet and the introduction of good consumption habits in children is within everyone's reach.