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May 2017 Tech Update – The MealLogger 4.6 App; Inviting a Coach

With the new version of the MealLogger app (version 4.6 for Android and iOS, released in early April), there are new ways to consolidate comments for easier review. Your clients now can view and summarize all their pro comments, and they also can tap to view a full history of pro interaction. Private clients can view all the guidance they’ve received in a single stream. Plus, some more subtle, yet significant, functionality tweaks make it easier to enter comments in social groups.

Version 4.6 has also added more ways to connect to a coach.  We’ve made it possible for our users to invite professionals new to MealLogger and get connected in one step. Read more about in our help article about “How to Invite a Coach.

 

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3 Reasons Why Written Food Logs Are So Last Century

Counting calories is a time-consuming, soul-sucking practice that, despite being a common way to track eating, is not as beneficial as we might think – for professionals or for patients. There is value in having patients record the foods they eat, to understand what they are consuming and offer accountability, and it is critical that patients understand relative calories (like, high for brownies versus low for broccoli), but it’s not necessary that they record every single calorie they intake.

Most professionals know the drawbacks of written food logs, but let’s highlight the biggest ones here: Continue reading

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Do you want to lead our sales? We’re Hiring!

If you’re an experience health marketing and sales professional, MealLogger is hiring for a VP/Director of Sales position.  Become a critical team member on the ground floor of our growing company.  Does getting digital tools into the hands of people to better their own lives appeal to you? Do you feel that health counselors aren’t reaching enough people? Do you enjoy a challenge? Then you might be for us and we might be for you!

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