Free Calorie Counting Sites
As I mentioned in a previous article, I’m a calorie counter. I find this type of dieting to be the simplest and most effective weight loss plan for me. If you’ve never tried it before, I encourage you to at least read up on it and see how easy it really is. Back in the day, calorie counting was an annoying process which involved more thinking and brain power than I have time to spare. Thankfully, some brilliant net engineers came along and found a way to make calorie counting extremely easy; they created internet sites which already have all the information you need, and then some. You just tell the search box what food you ate that day and it does all the rest. Keeping track of your caloric intake has never been easier! The following sites are specially designed to help you lose weight by doing all tabulating for you. Some of these sites even grade your diet to let you know what areas you’re missing out on. Have a look, I promise they will make dieting fun and easy.
This is the site I use for my calorie counting. It’s free and very easy to use. Because I live in Europe, some of my food brands aren’t listed in the database, but it’s very easy to just add them by hand and save them for later. You just select your foods and add them to your food log as you go. They also have a nifty calorie burning log, where you can add your daily activities and exercise in order to see how many of those calories have been worked off. For those of us who hate math, this site is heaven sent! The site also has exercise tips and forums where you can meet others in the same boat, share your experiences and give/get support.
This is another free calorie counting site and it’s similar to Calorie Count. Use their food search box and create your food log. Then go to their exercise section and count how many calories you burned whilst doing your daily activities. They have a metabolism calculator, a BMI calculator, a forum for support and even cute widgets you can use to post your weight loss progress on your blog!
If you live in the UK, Calorie Counting is a good choice as it lists your local foods and it even puts them into neat little menu categories for you. They’ve also got a BMI chart for you which lists weight in stones, so you needn’t do any conversions. If you want to actually have access to an online calorie counter and journals, try Weightloss Resourcess free trial.
This calorie counting site is not free, but boy are they popular. Here you’ll have access to a food log, nonstop support from their forums, exercise guides, recipes, articles, testimonials and more. As with the other sites, you just search for your food and go. You can even search the article database. If you’d like to join it’s about 9 USD per month.