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    Real Good Calorie Tracker...

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    I'm not sure if anyone has posted or brought this up. But I found a great calorie tracker with a HUGE database with foods I was real suprised they have!

    LIVESTRONG.COM - Lose Weight & Get Fit with Diet, Nutrition & Fitness Tools | LIVESTRONG.COM

    go to "food" and "my plate" and sign up!

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    I usually track using SparkPeople but often find myself going over to the livestrong database for answers. They have a lot of good info on the nutrition in grassfed beef as opposed to grain fed.

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    Lose It is also a great calorie counter.
    You are what you eat, so only eat the best!

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    I agree, I use Livestrong MyPlate to track total and net calories, carb grams and fat. I prefer it to others I've tried for its ease of use and large data base. Also the exercise tracking is very easy and useful for quickly calculating net calories.

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    I've tried several but really favor sparkpeople.. Will ck out livestrong.

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    I'm using MyFitnessPal. I'm only just starting to track after finally, finally, finally getting fed up with not losing weight and seeing the great results Paleobird has had! I've found the mobile app very simple to use - and I hate to track anything!
    Last edited by Credodisi; 08-17-2012 at 05:15 PM. Reason: Typo

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    LiveStrong's iPhone app is pretty good too.
    Durp.

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    I prefer myfitnesspal.com & dailyburn.com
    the latter gives you a nice pie chart/percentages for the macros you're taking in (fat, protein, carbs)
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    i have tried most of them, but cronometer is the only one I really love. It shows you vitamins & minerals as well as macronutrients.

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    Livestrong Myplate FTW

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