Calorie Count Website & App

I mentioned in a previous post that I’ve been using Calorie Counter from on my iPhone to track and share my food intake.  It’s not great for planning, but it’s wonderful for logging.  Also, there’s an active community of users who comment on and like your reports, so I get feedback that way.

Calorie Count Screenshot

If you’d like to see what a full day’s report looks like, you can follow this link to one of my reports.  Once there, I encourage you to look around, download the app if you have a smartphone, and sign up for an account of your own to track your food intake.  It even breaks down your micro-nutrients and advises you when you’re over or under on a particular recommended daily intake.

Did I mention it’s free?

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4 thoughts on “Calorie Count Website & App

  1. Theresa says:

    Another great logging software that’s free is SparkPeople. I’ll go check yours out.

  2. Neville Sarkari says:

    MyFitnessPal has a great app, big database of foods, and is free.

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