Miranda's favourite health apps

SHELLY HORTON
Last updated 10:09 18/10/2013
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HEALTHY LIVING: Miranda Kerr's iPhone proves she lives clean.

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Sneak a look at the apps on Miranda Kerr's iPhone and you can see why she's a supermodel.

While the rest of us have apps for dating, fast food delivery and a quick taxi service to get us home when boozy, Kerr told Vogue Australia her favourite apps give her information on vegetables, clean living and working out.

I'm not sure what's worse.  A supermodel who does nothing to maintain her perfect body or a supermodel who shows drinking green smoothies and doing yoga actually works? 

So put down your chocolate and have a look at her list.

ABC Veggie Guide: "An essential tool for all vegetable gardeners - from the novice to the experienced - to help you find out what vegie should be planted when, no mater the climate zone you're in."

Aromatherapy: "Wake up and smell the Rosemary... Plus Basil, Peppermint and Tea Tree."

Chemeleon: "If you've ever been confused about foreign looking or cryptic ingredient names and numbers that appear on the ingredients lists on some of the products you've purchased, don't be!

Clean Eating Recipes: "Starting a clean, healthy lifestyle that the whole family will enjoy has never been so easy!"

Gratitude Journal: "Write down five things you are grateful for each day and your life will change forever."

Green Kitchen: "Is an inspiring source of organic and tasty vegetarian food, with ingredients straight from nature and a bare minimum of gluten, sugar and dairy products used."

Moves: "Now your iPhone can tell you how much you move. Moves automatically tracks your everyday life and exercise. Just carry your iPhone in your pocket or bag."

Heal Your Body A-Z: "A fresh and easy step-by-step guide, set up in an A-Z format. Just look up your specific health challenge."

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