The best Food Tracker I have found....
on 8/17/11 9:28 am
I definitely agree! My Fitness Pal is free, it's got a great database and is easy to use, and it syncs online so I can input from my iphone, ipad or computer. I also like that it's got space for daily exercise and food notes -- a feature that was important to me and that wasn't offered with some of the other programs. I check the "Daily" tab each day under the home page to make sure I'm getting enough protein.
Glad to hear it's working well for you!
RNY 7/30/10 SW 302/CW ~150/First Goal 155 (reached 9/2011)
Extended TT & Medial Thigh Lift 7/16/12. Arms, Butt Lift 2/6/13.
Yes, it has really been a helpful tool to assure I am getting enough protein. I also keep track of my weight loss on here (OH)...and now I can go back to a time when I was having really good, steady weight loss and compare it to what I was eating - I can see if when I ate more or less carbs I lost slower, etc. It's pretty cool - and like you said - free! :)
Another thing that I like with it is just about every food you can change the "serving size" to 1 oz, or 1 piece...so I can customize and count for only what I am eating (I try to weigh all of my chicken, etc.) It's been awesome, and now it's like second nature to take 1-2 minutes and just pop in what I have eatten.
On another note - you look fantastic!!!!!!
I had a program that worked great called LifeForm but it doesn't run under 64 bit Windows 7