Cherry Hill, New Jersey (PRWEB) May 06, 2013
MyNetDiary, a comprehensive digital food diary, announced it has become the dynamic platform for bringing dietitians, nutritionists, and personal trainers closer to their clients through its calorie tracker service and mobile apps. Health professionals can now securely access a client’s food diary online, provide feedback on their activities, and interact with them through private and group messaging.
Additionally, clients have the full flexibility of using MyNetDiary’s online service or any of its iPhone, iPad, or Android apps. This allows a dietitian, nutritionist, or personal trainer to view all their clients’ information and activity, regardless of their preferences for logging calories and not restricting them to one app or method of tracking. They can further organize their clients into private groups and have MyNetDiary automatically email pre-paid sign-ups on their behalf.
Health professionals can save money too with MyNetDiary offering up to 50% off its Maximum membership when purchased for groups.
“We wanted to make it easy and affordable for health professionals to share the benefits of our services with their clients,” says Sergey Oreshko, CEO of MyNetDiary. “Our Maximum membership has always been competitively priced, as low as $5 a month, but now we are offering up to half off when buying memberships for multiple people.”
The benefits of a MyNetDiary Maximum membership include full-featured food planning and tracking with a 45 nutrient breakdown of foods, exercise planning with weekly worksheets, AutoPilot for keeping your diet plan adjusted while you are losing weight, daily and weekly diet analysis, Withings and Fitbit linking, and free access to MyNetDiary’s new
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