SOURCE: ContentChecked Holdings, Inc.

ContentChecked Holdings, Inc.

November 30, 2015 08:30 ET

ContentChecked's Examiner.com Debut Provides Healthy, Tasty Holiday Eating Tips

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Nov 30, 2015) - ContentChecked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK), the developer of a family of health apps for people with dietary restrictions and/or food preferences, is also growing its reputation as a knowledgeable and sought-after source of nutritional information. Company nutritionist Tara Zamani earlier last week was featured in an article entitled, "Quick Tips for a Healthier Thanksgiving," which was published on Examiner.com, one of several recent media publications to highlight the company's expertise.

Zamani shares several ways you can "indulge without the bulge with tips that will lessen the effects of the gut-busting Thanksgiving binge."

Contributing to the Examiner.com article she writes, "Avoid using canned and packaged foods when possible. As much as canned and pre-packaged foods seem like a wonderful solution when you're in a crunch these foods are highly processed and usually contain high amounts of sodium and preservatives that can lead to dehydration and increased food cravings ... Reduce or eliminate caffeine. When preparing to indulge in that delicious meal, cut back on your caffeine intake a day or two prior. The ups and downs of caffeine which include dehydration and blood sugar swings will stabilize, reducing cravings associated with dehydration and blood sugar swings. You'll naturally eat less and won't even notice! ... Experiment with spices. Coriander, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, saffron and cardamom all naturally add flavor to your foods, increase serotonin (love hormone) and reduce cravings. Sprinkling these spices over your foods will naturally suppress cravings without having to give up the foods you love."

Zamani also provides three unique recipes that are perfect for Thanksgiving or any time consumers are looking for a healthy options -- which is complementary to the core mission of ContentChecked and its entire team of professionals.

Read the full article and get the recipes at the following link: http://www.examiner.com/article/quick-tips-for-a-healthier-thanksgiving

From Examiner.com, a highly trafficked site which has approximately 4.3 million unique visitors per month, the article links back to ContentChecked's website, potentially exposing the company to a broad audience of consumers.

"We're honored to once again provide consumers with suggestions to help them lead healthy, balanced lives," says Kris Finstad, CEO of ContentChecked. "Our corporate goal is to introduce to consumers technology that improves lives, contributes to greater healthy, and overall makes the world a better place. Each time we, as a company, are featured in a publication, we live out that mission."

About ContentChecked Holdings, Inc.

ContentChecked has created a revolutionary marketplace for people with dietary restrictions and the organizations who cater to them by creating and introducing the ContentChecked, MigraineChecked and SugarChecked smartphone applications to the market. ContentChecked and MigraineChecked applications are the first applications with comprehensive and accurate content information, and in-depth allergen and migraine definitions for most U.S. food products. SugarChecked gives consumers the ability to scan the barcodes of grocery store products and determine what kind of sugars are contained within. This enables the applications to meet the needs of millions of people in the United States. As a result, ContentChecked has created a pivotal way for food producers to, at the point of purchase, be able to showcase their products to consumers who are actively seeking them.

Designed for use by those who suffer from food allergies, dietary intolerances, migraines and chronic headaches, ContentChecked and MigraineChecked applications have reached wide adoption levels. In the U.S. alone there are 15 million people who suffer from food allergies and 38 million from migraine and chronic headaches. The food allergy market currently has an estimated value of $6 billion USD. Both applications give the ability to scan a product's bar code and determine if it is safe for consumption, and if not the apps will recommend a suitable alternative per the user's specific dietary profile.

SugarChecked identifies four main types of sugars that consumers can avoid, including added sugars, artificial sweeteners, natural low-calorie sweeteners and sugar alcohols. This application is an easy shopping tool for consumers to decipher often-misleading food labels, and receive recommendations for healthier alternative products as they shop in real time.

ContentChecked has created a robust database of allergens, migraine triggers, and food ingredients that directly correlate with food allergies, intolerances, migraines and chronic headaches. There are currently hundreds of thousands of products in its database that is updated regularly. ContentChecked's applications are highly scalable and can expand into new geographic areas and product categories with limited modifications and investment.

For more information on ContentChecked, please visit its social media channels via Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/contentchecked), Instagram (http://www.instagram.com/contentchecked), or YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMihoaZILlRZ2C3hmx5vXhQ). You may also visit the social media channels of MigraineChecked on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/migrainechecked) or Instagram (http://www.instagram.com/migrainechecked/).

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