Given our jam-packed schedules, it's tough for any of us to think about our health, and focusing on diet, workout, hydrating, and getting enough sleep can seem like a full-time job. Luckily, we are living in the 21st century, and technology can help.The Ireland Army Health Clinic dietitian staff has found some of the best apps to keep you on track and motivated that might help us stick to a fitness routine and diet program. Also, to help with any good health journey contact IRAHC dietitians Angela Gerrity, RDN, LD and Laura Bottoms, RDN, LD by calling central appointments.MyFitnessPal MyFitnessPal has been around for a while, but it's still a great app for tracking and motivation. Ranked as the #1 Health and Fitness app on iTunes, this app pushes users to keep tabs on their diet programs through an easy-to-use database that offers nutrition information for over 5 million different foods. Whether you want to lose weight or start a new diet, MyFitnessPal can be your trusty sidekick.FOODUCATE Fooducate makes it easy to eat a balanced and healthy diet. As the app's name suggests, its goal is to teach you about the products you buy at the grocery store. Just scan over 250,000 barcodes to see a personalized nutrition grade, learn about the pros and cons of the product, and choose the healthiest option.8FIT Skip the gym with 8fit, which creates customizable exercise programs and meal plans. If you don't want a gym membership or if you're always on the go, these HIIT workouts will keep you in shape without taking up too much of your time.LOSE IT An app that does it all, Lose It!, is a goal-oriented app that can help achieve your fitness goals through food and exercise tracking. "The best way to really lose weight is to keep track of what you're eating. The app Lose It! is the perfect way to log what you are eating to reach your goal weight," according to gastroenterologist Dr. Roshini Raj. "Their Snap It feature makes doing so even easier by simply taking a photo of your meal to log it and get the calorie count."HAPPIFY Stress has been linked to the six leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, cirrhosis of the liver, and suicide. Happify builds on a huge body of research about mental health to help users overcome stress and negative thoughts and build better emotional health and resilience.HEADSPACE Optimal health requires more than just logging 30 minutes at the gym. Several studies have shown that meditation is good for our health. This app is successful in presenting meditation as a part of good health for everyone.You may have found an app that suits you better, or one with which you better connect--the only thing that matters is that it helps motivate you, and helps simplify keeping you on track toward a healthier "you."NOTE: This article is for informative purposes only and does not imply Army endorsement.