Anyone know of a good program for tracking calories.

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    Anyone know of a good program for tracking calories.


    Does anyone know where to get a good free program for logging in food and calories so I can print out diet plan. I found a good Iphone program called Lose it!, but can't print out my plan.

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    fitday.com ?
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    thanx


    right on
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3dmuscle9122 View Post
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    AM's diet tracker?
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    fitday sucks and so does daily plate.. well I dont know about daily plate but fitday does suck I use that one I kno.. I would say try the diet tracker on here..
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    AM's diet tracker?
    It's the only one I've ever used and I liked it. Helped me get a good idea on how many cals I am taking in.
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    I weigh most of my food and count my own cals. You mean to tell me no one else does this? lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggravated View Post
    I weigh most of my food and count my own cals. You mean to tell me no one else does this? lol!
    I weigh all my meals, but use fit day to keep track of them.

    Honestly, i eat just about the same thing everyday, so tracking cals is not really needed for me, but just do it out of habit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggravated View Post
    I weigh most of my food and count my own cals. You mean to tell me no one else does this? lol!
    I do that too, but I wanted to do a bodybuilding show with my bother in June. He is an expert in really dialing in the diet for competition. I wanted to have a program that allows me to input
    6 months of nutrition data ahead so that I can have a print out to follow. This way it would make it easier to make changes on the computer than writing everything down on paper. I can then use the data to learn what works or what needs to change.

    I heard that there is a program that you can input your calories, fat, carb and protein % ratio's which will compute a food list and portions to eat for the day. I know professional dietitians have this type of program that cost like 300-400 dollars. Now I call that convenience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    fitday sucks and so does daily plate.. well I dont know about daily plate but fitday does suck I use that one I kno.. I would say try the diet tracker on here..
    Judo,

    What dont you like about fitday? I dont like not being able to divide up into meals.
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    that and the search function sucks.. I wish the search was better and the custom foods were arranged more better, they arent even in alphabetical order, just random.. so I always end up entering the same custom food more then once to avoid the hassle of searching though to find it.. also if the custom foods were searchable would be pretty nice
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