Food Diary for Permanent Results
Use the Diet Journal and Carb Counter to Lose Weight
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Achieve permanent weight loss with our free food diary and online carb counter tools. Tracking what you eat is a key component of a successful diet and fitness program. As you submit your foods, our diet journal functionality generates a comprehensive calorie and carb counter score card. You’ll instantaneously see how the foods you eat add up. You’ll be able to adjust your intake as you go to meet your targets. If you have never kept track of what you eat, you may be surprised by the results.
Stick to your diet plan using the food diary.
It’s all too easy to go overboard. With our tools, easily construct a diet plan to meet your goals. Then, to ensure that you stay on track, log your foods with the free food diary. Find over 120,000 foods and beverages easily in our food database. Mark foods or entire meals as favorites for fast, future access. With our online food diary and diet tracker, really “see” the foods you eat. The food tracker presentation serves as a highly effective motivator for making healthier food selections.
Keep score with the diet tracker and carb counter.
Our food tracker tools go way beyond basic calorie counting. In addition to total calorie computation, our food diary and diet journal allow you to set and track targets for 14 nutrients, including carbs, protein, fat, carbohydrates, sodium, cholesterol, and fiber. Our diet score card provides you with a visual representation of your progress. Know where you stand after every meal. If you exceed your targets, counter by burning more calories with exercise. If you are on a low carb diet then use the diet journal tools as a carb counter, and easily know how your carbs eaten compare to your target.
Develop healthier habits with a diet journal.
Get into the habit of submitting your foods each day. As you do, you’ll develop healthier eating habits to meet your targets. Our easy-to-use diet journal takes the labor out of calorie counting. Simply submit your foods and our tool does the rest, providing you with a complete, visual track of your progress. Along the way, whether you use the online food diary to count calories or as a carb counter, you'll learn more about the foods you eat and know how to keep the weight off.
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