I follow Weight Watchers which uses points. They no longer use the calories in foods to help calculate the points, but now use carbs, protein, fat, and fiber. I track on-line but even when I'm not "doing" Weight Watchers, I usually know the points for most foods I eat commonly. I like this method as calories alone don't tell the real story of your diet.
It's nice to hear from you that you use weight watchers and leading a healthy life.However, I am using My Calorie Counter, which is the total diet tracker and a food journal tool that helps me to count my daily calorie intake.
Always important to find what works for you - everyone is different!
by Bbohall2224 months ago
How are we supposed to now how much calories to intake, or the amount of servings, how manytimes per day we are supposed to eat, and things of that nature??
by Seckin Esen3 years ago
Are you concerned about your daily calorie intake when choosing something to eat?
by 910chris5 years ago
Can anyone give me some good, solid tips on gaining weight?Some have said a 5000 calorie diet but that is hard to sustain. Im looking for a good healthy way to go from 140 to 160.
by dinkan536 years ago
Can you really eat more and lose weight?
by Susan Ng Yu6 years ago
How can I determine my recommended daily calorie intake?Is there a chart for recommended daily calorie intake values based on gender, age, weight, height, etc.?
by tipstoretireearly5 years ago
Will you change your order at McDonald's once they list the calorie count for each item on the menu?
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