Recommended Apps:


1. Fooducate
Makes grocery shopping surprisingly fun. Open the app, scan barcodes, and get a quick read on how healthy each item is. It also tracks sleep, mood and hunger levels. Then Fooducate analyzes all of the information and provides feedback to help you meet your health and fitness goals.
fooducate.com


2. MyFitnessPal 
The most popular health and fitness app in the world, and it’s easy to see why. The app’s database of more than 6 million foods makes it easy to track your diet, no matter what you eat. Whether you’re trying to lose weight or put on muscle, the app helps determine the best food to eat to meet your goals.
myfitnesspal.com


3. Cookspiration 
This app gives your clients access to dietitian-approved recipes. Recipe ideas are served up to suit your mood and schedule.
cookspiration.com


4. eaTracker 
A great tool for dietitians and other health professionals working with clients who would benefit from tracking their food intake and activity patterns. It compares patterns to national recommendations and also includes a Recipe Analyzer.
eatracker.ca


5. My Food Guide 
Creates an easy-to-use customized Canada's Food Guide for you and your family. Just select your age, sex and food preferences.
healthycanadians.gc.ca/eating-nutrition/healthy-eating-saine-alimentation/food-guide-aliment/my-guide-mon-guide/index-eng.php


6. JUICE 
Rate your energy level and activities daily. Track the basics - Energy, Sleep, Exercise and Nutrition - or choose from a growing list of options, including: Mood, Stress, Balance and Relationships. Review weekly reports to see the activity patterns that are affecting your energy most. Receive daily notifications from leading experts that identify your trouble areas and offer tips for improvement. Browse the library for 100s of tips from leading experts for new, healthy activities and ideas. Set reminders to help you build new healthy habits to help improve your energy for the long run. Unlock new assessments through daily use. Get new, fresh and seasonal tips through regularly updated content.
mindbloom.com/juice


7. Sleep Cycle alarm Clock 
Your movements vary with each sleep phase. Sleep Cycle uses sound analysis to identify sleep states by tracking movements in bed. Sleep Cycle uses a wake up phase (30 minutes by default) that ends at your desired alarm time. During this phase Sleep Cycle will monitor signals from your body to wake you softly, when you are in the lightest possible sleep state.
sleepcycle.com/


8. Happify  
This app is like a gym membership for your emotional health. The first time you open Happify, you’re prompted to select a track that best meets your needs, whether it's finding more “me” time or getting better at handling stress. Each track is designed by an expert using the latest scientific research and full of quick daily activities, including: games, mindful meditations and assessments.
happify.com


9. SayingWhen 
If you want to take charge of how much you drink, or when you drink, Saying When is a successful program that provides step-by-step directions that can help. You could be interested in quitting drinking or just cutting down and the simple action of tracking your drinking and your urges to drink can help you get it under control.
camheducation.ca/new-media/apps/saying-when


10. ThoughtSpot  
A live map designed by students, for students in the GTA. The map allows students to easily identify and access health and wellness services, and discover resources that are relevant to their experiences, situation and location.
mythoughtspot.ca


11. ConnexON  
The mental health and addiction sector in Ontario, Canada can be confusing and overwhelming. The ConnexON app from ConnexOntario Health Services Information allows users to locate mental health and addiction services funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC). ConnexON is an aid for those locating resources that assist youth or adult populations – both in communities and on-campus at post-secondary schools.
connexontario.ca


12. CDN STI Guidelines 
The content contained within this application is reflective of the most current evidence for the management of uncomplicated STIs in adults and youth only. It does not contain information for the management of STIs in pregnant women, children, neonates or complicated infections.
phac-aspc.gc.ca/std-mts/sti-its/index-eng.php


13. The LifeLine  
The LifeLine is Canada's National Suicide Prevention and Awareness app that offers guidance to support for those suffering in crisis and those who have suffered the devastating loss of a loved one from suicide. The LifeLine also provides awareness education and prevention strategies to guide people in crisis all across the Globe.
thelifelinecanada.ca


14. Humber Guardian 
Humber Guardian was developed by the Department of Public Safety at Humber College under its mandate to provide a comprehensive safety service that meets Humber's operational requirements while accommodating the needs of students, staff and visitors. The app allows quick access to emergency resources, safety tools such as a flashlight and alarm, and also information about additional health and safety resources.
humber.ca/publicsafety/services/humber-guardian-app


15. HealthyMinds 
Life as a student can be stressful - assignments, part-time jobs, sports, clubs, relationships and family responsibilities. Stress can take a toll on your mind, weighing you down and even making you ill, so it’s important to take action to stay healthy. That’s what HealthyMinds is all about. HealthyMinds is a problem-solving tool to help deal with emotions and cope with the stresses you encounter both on and off-campus. The goal: Keeping your mind healthy.
healthymindsapp.ca/