In an eight week study conducted on players from the highest tier of women’s rugby in England, athletes using MealLogger technology increased protein intake by 29% and increased energy intake by 9% while reducing skinfolds by 16%
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Researchers from the University of Auckland, the University of Sydney, and a group of athletes affiliated with the High Performance Sport New Zealand organization tested how to best educate and promote dietary and behavioral changes using MealLogger as a coaching tool and platform.
Health and fitness professionals using MealLogger Pro often ask us whether research supports the use of mobile devices and apps for improving health and body composition. They wonder whether specific features like photo-journaling, peer support, and challenges influence behavior change and tell us they would love to see examples of best practices from other colleagues. We’re creating a blog to answer these questions and share relevant research as well as some of the lessons we’ve learned about how to best use mobile health technology.