FoodTrackerPro Keeps Track Of Your Diet

iOS: When you make healthy eating a part of your lifestyle, you also commit yourself to keeping track of how much you eat and how many calories you ingest so you can burn it off later with healthy exercise. However, calorie counting is the last thing most of us want to do. FoodTrackerPro for iOS helps you keep track of your diet and overall consumption without forcing you to input specific calorie amounts with every meal.After every meal, open FoodTrackerPro. The app will ask you what you've eaten, and whether you've eaten a quarter, half or whole serving of that food. The app does the maths for you based on what it already knows about most types of food, and will keep track of your progress over time. If you want to make sure you get three to five servings of fruits and vegetables each day, the app will help you get there. If you're worried you're eating too many servings of bread or pasta over the course of a week, the app will show you that too.

If you're eating something the app is unfamiliar with, you can always add your own custom foods with their own nutrition information to make sure they're counted as well. After using the app for a few days or weeks, you'll get a full picture of your diet over time. The app has been around for a while, but it's a great way to track your meals on your mobile device. Do you use another application to track your caloric intake, or stick to a diet? Share your favourite in the comments below.

FoodTrackerPro [iTunes App Store]


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    Hey I have a suggestion, when you feature an app that's only for iOS or Android or something, can you feature some alternatives for the other mobile operating systems? (or if there aren't really, then say so)

    Try ShapeUp. It's way simpler. Don't waste time entering all the nutritional info, just search online and find the (sometime very rare) product someone else has already created.

    Free version includes all the basics you'd need to keep a food diary.

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