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App-based diet and fitness programs generally come down to what tech does best: calculating equations, optimizing data, and turning the process into a simple matter of calories consumed and calories burned.
However, the smartest of those programs also take the human factor into account, approaching diet and fitness from a more holistic standpoint, one that embraces positivity and addresses the psychological triggers that led to wanting an app like this in the first place.
That’s the approach at the heart of the
This health app offers all the tools for healthy eating and better workouts, but the key to BetterMe is found in how it shapes a behavior-changing healthy lifestyle from a shifted mindset achieved through advanced psychology.
After working with each member to create a
BetterMe delves into why you mindlessly eat that slice of cake just because it’s there or why you drive to work rather than take the train or walk. From those situations, BetterMe helps nudge along long-term behavior changes to break old habits, make proactive decisions, and detect and manage stress triggers to help stop problems at their source.
Over the past five years, BetterMe has generated over 100 million downloads in 189 countries and 10 languages by working to make sure anyone and everyone feels included. That commitment extends to workout programs dedicated to expectant mothers, folks who use wheelchairs, and seniors, addressing their specific health issues with exercises and processes specific to their needs.
People ready to take their health seriously can