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2011/03/16 20:34:35 (permalink)

calorie counter app

Anybody know any good apps for the iphone to keep on top of what cals and nutrients youve been eating?

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    markfj
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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/16 21:17:29 (permalink)
    Hi

    Have you tried dailyburn?
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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/16 21:19:56 (permalink)
    I am currently using myfitnesspal, i think its pretty good so far and pretty much finds every food i have thrown at it

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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/16 21:23:58 (permalink)
    i downloaded myfitnesspal, havent used it yet but ive heard its good
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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/16 21:48:37 (permalink)
    x2 on dailyburn I use it all the time

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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/16 22:26:56 (permalink)
    x3 dailyburn
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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/17 08:17:57 (permalink)
    myfitnesspal - never failed me yet - even has all the myprotein supplements and food on it.
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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/17 08:30:13 (permalink)
    Daily burn is the nuts... and has a pretty comprehensive catalogue of foods with favourites function etc. Best free app for calorie counting and can log in online also
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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/17 08:43:16 (permalink)
    I use myfitnesspal online and also the iPhone app. I don't usually rate counters, but this is a great tool. Gives you a good idea of what you should be aiming for. Nice community too.
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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/17 09:02:17 (permalink)
    ryzo

    I use myfitnesspal online and also the iPhone app. I don't usually rate counters, but this is a great tool. Gives you a good idea of what you should be aiming for. Nice community too.

     
    Hi mate, how did you rate the calorie level it gave you for your goal?
     
    I ask because i am 220lbs with a sedentary lifestyle and it reckoned i should be eating 1900 cals which i felt was a bit low. I upped it to just shy of 2200 !


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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/17 09:08:59 (permalink)
    Well, I've gone through a bit of a drastic weight loss phase and now only weigh around 70kg, the goal is to hit 65kg in around 5 weeks, which means I need to eat around 1200 calories apparently.
     
    Personally, I easily eat around the 2400 daily but due to my high levels of cardio I'm usually within my target, with 100 or 200 cals to spare.
     
    I'm only use myfitnesspal as I'm focussing on weight loss currently, I would not rely on it for bodybuilding.
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    Re:calorie counter app 2011/03/17 14:27:21 (permalink)
    Myfitnesspal is a good way of keeping track of your nutrients. I wouldnt use it for its recommendations regarding putting weight on etc... Just use it as a way to log your food and see what/how much your eating.

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