Food Logging Software?

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TheBodhiTree
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Food Logging Software?

#1 Postby TheBodhiTree » Tue Mar 13, 2012 12:57 pm

I've always used Fitday for the PC, but am interested in trying something new. I have an older version (I got it when it first came out), and it works fine, but it's a little visually unappealing and a little clunky. Anyone have suggestions for other downloadable software? If anyone has used to the calorieking software, do you like it? Thanks!

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Re: Food Logging Software?

#2 Postby veghead25 » Wed Mar 14, 2012 5:55 am

You can try cron-o-meter and see how it works for you.

http://cronometer.com/ - Online version has the corrected values for the beta-carotene conversion to Vitamin A.

http://cronometer.com/download/ - Stand-alone version doesn't have the corrected Vitamin A values. You can correct it by going to the Vitamins tab and double clicking the Vitamin A in the list, set the minimum to 18000,0 IU's.
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Re: Food Logging Software?

#3 Postby Fallen_Horse » Wed Mar 14, 2012 11:27 am

Why u no like the website? www.fitday.com
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