Apps are helping people be healthy

A Kewaunee County health coach says apps can be a good way to help you be healthy. Jody Anderson is a certified nurse and registered health coach at Succeed Health in Algoma. She says there are apps that can help you keep track of what and how much you eat as well as how often you exercise. Anderson says it’s important to get about 150 minutes per week of physical activity and apps can help you keep track of those minutes and hold you accountable.



One app Anderson recommends is MyFitnessPals. She says it’s important to find one that is easy and user-friendly for you.

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