Just signed up, looks good, glad it includes the macronutrients.
Can you change it so we can add pics for custom foods and brand names.
Also where do you get all your data from? I and I'm sure many others eat a wide variety of meat and it would be great to have better values. Like you only have goat meat, do values exist some where for different cuts. Goat belly for example is massively different to a lean cut.
Will see how it goes for a few days and report back, so far nothing's beat [url=http://www.livestrong.com/myplate/]MyPlate - Food Diary & Food Calorie Counter | LIVESTRONG.COM[/url] for me.
The premium is quite expensive, any chance of a free 7/14day trial to see if its worth it. Does it for example have a chart that plots calories and weight, like myplate does. . Like this [url=http://wholiedtotheblind.xanga.com/769511390/net-calories-and-weight-my-livestrong-chart/]Net Calories and Weight: My livestrong Chart | wholiedtotheblind on Xanga[/url]
It would also be good to have a range of memberships, 1month, 3months or 6months.
I use paleotrack as well - amazing bit of software and incredible amount of data for each food type - where do you get the food data from?
I dont use it every day but every now and then if I want to check on a food then i use it.
I am based in the UK and many people here use [URL="http://www.myfitnesspal.com"]MyFitnessPal.com[/URL] because they have a phone app that allows you to scan barcodes to quickly add your foods. A lot of British foods are not available on FitDay etc.
if you had the barcode scanning feature I would be more than happy to switch and add each food I use to your DB.
I really like this tool (this is my first post and it's about your tracker!), however I have noticed that the entries for canned red Salmon do not update Vitamin D values. Is this correct? Surely there is plenty of D in those wild tins...
You're right, unfortunately the nutrition source I used doesn't seem to have measured the vitamin D content of red salmon. The other canned salmon entries don't seem to have that problem. Sorry.
The good news is that I'm working on a new feature that will allow people to take a food and do a "Save as" and modify some of the nutrients. Hopefully this will increase the food selection for everyone.
No problem, it's a great tool! Just glad i wasn't going mad...
Sorry if this has been addressed already (don't want to read 17 pages of comments) - is this available for iPhone? I am looking for a way to keep track of my carbs, fat, protein and calories on my phone.
[QUOTE=hollylu;1303483]Sorry if this has been addressed already (don't want to read 17 pages of comments) - is this available for iPhone? I am looking for a way to keep track of my carbs, fat, protein and calories on my phone.[/QUOTE]
If you open [url=http://paleotrack.com]paleotrack.com[/url] in your iPhone's Safari browser, you will have access to a free trial of the mobile web version of the site. It will look and feel like an iPhone app. Unfortunately, I don't have plans for a native iPhone app for now, it is too expensive to build. :(
I discovered paleotrack yesterday and I really like it. Thank you !
I won't track every day but plan to track a ten-day period every season ; I found it helpfull to have a clear representation,
allows me to make some improvements in my diet.