View Full Version : ISO: online tracker for nutritional info
08-25-2003, 06:58 AM
I know some of you use one of these sites and was wondering if someone could suggest a good one for me. I'd prefer it be free, but cheap is ok too. I'm interested in tracking, protein, carbs, fat, fiber, cholesterol...you know all the fun stuff.:)
08-25-2003, 07:04 AM
www.fitday.com should work for you - and it's free. :)
Fitday (http://www.fitday.com) is a great site for this. It's free and fairly easy to use, except if want to enter complex, many-ingredient recipes. The site gives a breakdown of calories, carbs/fat/protein, fiber, etc. plus a table showing whether you're meeing your micronutrient needs. I used it once for a school health project, and I know many others on this board use it as well. Hope that helps!
Whoops! Sandy and I were posting at the same time. :o (Some one told me that was an embarrassed smiley face... I can't really tell.)
08-25-2003, 07:09 AM
Thanks Sandy and Pico I know I've read the name of that site a zillion times and still I couldn't remember it.:o (Pico see it has little pink cheeks that's what happens to me when I'm embarrassed. Like when I have to ask a question I just plain can't remember the answer to.:D )
08-25-2003, 07:20 AM
Another nice thing about Fitday is you can add custom foods.
08-25-2003, 07:31 AM
Another resource to think about is your Palm Pilot, if you use one. My wife has an application called WWCalc on hers that let's her record all of her Weight Watchers stuff. You can find tons of food databases for it, too, and even if you don't use WW you can use the databases for a resource that is with you all the time. WW has been cracking down on these applications and databases, though, so I'm not sure if you can even still get WWCalc online anymore.
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