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Lose It! Now Tracks Your Diet by Snapping Photos of Your Food

iOS/Android: If you’re looking to improve your nutrition but don’t know where to start, popular food tracking app Lose It! now lets you snap a food photo or upload an existing one to your day’s food log. Called Snap It!, the feature makes tracking food more approachable for newbies. Read more...
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