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    Why does everyone enjoy FitDay so much? I just logged in to use it and when I attempted to enter in a recipe, I couldn't get it to find almond flour or omega 3 eggs. ??? That stuff is second nature to DailyBurn. Perhaps the stats or graphs are better? As far as tracking calories now and then I advocate for DailyBurn.


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    I agree with you on that one, I used it once and got so frustrated that I never used it again.


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    I'm going to have to give DailyBurn a try then, but honestly FitDay works like a dream for me.

    Not done yet...

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    Wow, I went over to DailyBurn to try it out and its not bad. I love how it breaks it down into brands of specific foods. Like for instance, I just fried my eggs in coconut oil so you get to pick which brand of coconut oil did you use, etc. Pretty cool.

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    It seems a good site but being in Europe and not having the brands you are using in the US, fitday does nicely.

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    Fitday makes it really difficult (or impossible) to find the foods you want. I don't think there was much choice when I first started using it and then I had so many custom foods that it worked fine for me. However, I just checked out Daily Burn and it looks so much better than Fitday and few others I've looked at. I think I'm switching!


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    I tried DailyBurn but I don't like it. It doesn't let me add my own amount of the food I ate, instead I can only add the number of servings consumed... at least I gave it a try!

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    i just tried it today as well. I am impressed, but not enough to switch from FitDay. And I had a similar issue as Raphael. Plus fitday has more additional tools (or at least dailyburn didn&#39;t make their site as easy to navigate and find exactly what you need.


    But there were things I found there that FitDay doesn&#39;t have, so i am keeping an account for both so that I can occasionally log in for those few things.

    Not done yet...

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    I didn&#39;t have any luck with fit day either. I use caloriecount.about.com


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    I just signed up for caloriecount, looks promising but I still prefer the simpleness of fitday!

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