More – Keep Track Of Burnt Calories

  • December 22, 2010

Figwee.comFigwee is a new application for all those who need to get in shape. And it must be said that it is a very satisfactory application indeed.

In general terms, it will let you keep track both of the food that you are easting, and of the full physical activity that you do. In this way, you will be able to realize how many calories you have burned out during your every workout.

And getting nearer your fitness goals is notably simplified by the fact that you can always join the Figwee community and start receiving the advice of those who are health professionals along with the moral support of people who share your very same goals and have been working at it for longer.

This community can be joined for free, and Figwee itself is also available at no cost. Any person who has any fitness goals on his sights can try it right now. All it takes is signing up for an account.

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More – Determine If The Food You Eat Is Healthy

  • May 22, 2010

Foodical.comFoodical can be defined as a micro-blogging website in which people can keep track of the calories they habitually consume. That is, on the site just anybody can enter a meal and then receive a (rough) estimation of the calories in question.

The idea is that the user should do this regularly – that would enable him to track the way he is headed, and switch towards a healthier diet if that is what is needed.

Naturally, the site enables anybody to see what others are eating – the latest meals are highlighted on the main page, and the actual calories are specially spotlighted in each and every case. These range from “Three crumpets and three small chicken fajita with salad” (1097 calories) to “1 pear n 2 oz of cheese” (160 calories).

Note that when posting anything you can actually specify where it is that you are eating, and whether you are eating that for breakfast, lunch or dinner. That information certainly gives everything added context, and makes the whole process more involving for everybody.

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More – Getting In Shape Is Easier Than Ever

  • May 13, 2010

HotCal.comIf getting in shape is your one preoccupation right now, this web-based tool will be more than appealing because: A) It is easy to use, and B) It is entirely free. Named HotCal, it will empower you to track both the calories of your daily meals and also realize how close you are to achieving your exercise goals.

When it comes to tracking the actual calories of these meals that make up your daily menu, the process is very direct. The site offers a food diary where most foods you can think about are listed, and you can proceed to add the ones that apply individually until you have the full set. There is also a restaurant calorie calculator in order to make everything even easier on you.

On the other hand, exercise routines are monitored by way of the provided exercise diary. This diary is also usable in a very intuitive way. For example, if you went running for half an hour you key in the number of miles you ran and the actual numbers of calories that you burned will be displayed right away, for you to add to your diary and start calculating the final figure.

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More – A Supple Way To Get In Shape

  • November 12, 2009

MyGraphite.comOverweight is far more than an aesthetic concern, it is actually a condition that can be highly detrimental to a person’s life. Trouble is, counteracting it can be nigh impossible without some serious assistance or guidance.

While having the resolve to do something about it is the epicentre of the whole process, without someone to support us along the way our chances are scanter than they should be.

And in addition to support from our loved ones, having a quick way to measure the way we are progressing is also mandatory. That is where a tool like Graphite walks right in. We can define it as a calorie tracking application that enables you to track food and exercises while setting goals and seeing how close you are moving within success’ range. It also enables you to calculate your BMI.

There are many plans for you to have your pick from, and there is one which is aimed at corporate wellness groups. In every case, a free trial is provided for you to get into the system and experiencing the way it works firsthand.

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More – Make The Right Fast Food Choice

  • July 19, 2008 is a site that helps you to you to find the best fast food product so you won’t gain too many calories when you eat it.

Here you will be able to find information about food by brands such as arby’s, burger king, chick-fil-a, dairy queen, hardee’s, jack in the box, kfc, mcdonald’s, sonic, subway, taco bell and wendy’s. At the site you will be able to sort items by fat calories, total calories, % cals from fat, total fat, satured fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, fiber, and protein. What is more, if you like you can select the product you would like to find information about from categories such as sandwiches, wraps, hamburgers, chicken, mexican, salads, baked potatoes, fries / rings, desserts, shakes, breakfast items and side dishes. If you are interested in getting this information to help you make the best food choice then visit this site. Now you will be able to eat what you like without the need to worry about the calories.

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More – Diabetes And Cooking

  • June 3, 2008

Diabetic-recipes.comDiabetes is becoming more and more widespread in today’s fast-paced world, and our eating habits are, more often than not, to blame. Diabetic-recipes.

com is a site with over 800 cooking recipes that you will find immensely helpful and resourceful. This site is run by a group of people who are, themselves, diabetic. Their intention is to help others who also have diabetes, providing news and information that will certainly improve the quality of life. Apart from the actual recipes, they also bring to you a variety of menus for all occasions, to help control your calorie intake, and you will still be able to enjoy tasty, mouth-watering meals. If you have recently been diagnosed with diabetes, there are guidelines set out to follow. In addition, there’s a section especially dedicated to diabetes in children, with many useful articles on the subject and advice to parents. You will find cooking guidelines, health and medical updates, as well as tips for burning calories in line with the prescribed daily regime.

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More – The Benefits Of Chewing Gum

  • April 28, 2008 provides information about the benefits of chewing gum besides its greatest taste.

Wrigley’s Orbit, Extra, and Eclipse sugar free chewing gums are the first and only gums available to earn the American Dental Association’s Seal of Acceptance. They have been clinically proven to help fight cavities, strengthen teeth and reduce harmful plaque acids. Chewing sugar free gum after eating is clinically proven to be an important part of good oral health. When managing weight, every calorie counts. Chewing a 5-10 calorie piece of gum instead of reaching for high calorie snacks is an effective way to reduce calorie intake. Chewing gum may help to increase your focus and concentration. Professional athletes are famous for chewing gum on the playing field. A research study conducted at the University of North Umbria has shown that chewing gum while performing memory tests appeared to improve people’s ability to learn, retain, and retrieve information. To learn more about these benefits you should visit this website.

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More – Know Your Body

  • April 24, 2008

Caloriecountercharts.comYou might want to think twice before digging in to that sandwich that you picked up from the grocery store on you way home from work. Did you stop for a moment to consider that you might be ingesting you whole day of caloric intake in several bites of bliss? Accurate nutritional information can be hard to come by these days. is a web site that can bring the facts on nutrition straight to you and yours. This site can help you in your weight loss/health journey. The site is dedicated to being your source on the Internet for diet, nutrition, and health information. Through the site you can browse calorie and fat gram charts. Foods are sorted by grams of fat, protein content, and cholesterol content. And, the site takes all its information from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. If you have a special request, you can send an email and get an answer about your favorite food’s nutritional content.

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More – Mike’s Calories Charts For 1000s Fods

  • March 9, 2008

NtWrks.comDo you take care of how many calories, fat, cholesterol, etc you ingest every time you eat? Are you searching for information about nutrients? Or maybe you just want to start a diet? If this is you case and you want a site dedicated almost exclusively to nutrition charts then you might want to take a look at this site and see what it can do for you because it could be just what you are looking for. The site starts with a brief introduction of the site witch it’s very helpful because there it specifies that if you want a special chart you should contact him, the site has also been awarded by the L.

A. Times. Furthermore the site provides links of sites dedicated also to the nutritional part; you may want to take a look around there. Having a very simple design with the information clearly divided into specific categories, this site helps you find the desired information with just one click.

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More – New Cooking Website

  • February 15, 2008

TheCulinaryReview.comThe Culinary Review is an online food and cooking resource designed for individuals concerned about the calories and cost of the food we all eat. Finished recipe costs and calories of many of America’s favorite TV chefs, from Martha Stewart to Rachel Ray to America’s Test Kitchen are featured.

The heart of The Culinary Review centers around the world’s only freely available database of food costs, density conversions and calories. The ingredient database is fully integrated with recipes and display what the recipes cost as well as how many calories they contain. The Culinary Review also provides a unique, freely available database of ingredients that enables visitors to convert the mass and volume of any particular ingredient well as see the cost and calorie content at different amounts.

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More – About Termogenesis

  • February 11, 2008 – About TermogenesisThis site sells thermocerin, a thermogenic fat burner. Here you can find out what exactly is termogénesis, and learn about how it works.

You can order a free trial and then continue to receive Thermocerin at a special discount price. You will have 14 days from the date you order to evaluate the product and see if it works for you. If you decide Thermocerin is not for you, simply return the unused portion and that´s it. You can place your order on line, for online orders they accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express credit cards.Their products are available in almost every country. They asure and guarantee a safe and secure transaction. If you sing in for the VIP program you will save time, money and you will find more convenience. – About Termogenesis

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More – Follow Your Calorie Intake

  • February 9, 2008 is visited by those looking for a useful way to manage their weight. On this site you will find out how to use The Calorie Counter, a simple online application that allows you to monitor the number of calories of the food products you consume. You can search nutritional information by specific group or by food groups.

If you need some help to manage your caloric intake, feel free to stop by this site. Whether you are looking for nutritional information or weight management tools, might be of help. Enter this site and use the search engine available to count calories of every food.

To sum up, if you are looking for a simple and effective way to monitor the number of calories you eat, is the right site for you to visit. There is a simple search engine on this site, and you can use it to get nutritional charts.

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More – Weight Loss Program

  • October 23, 2007

Annecollins.comThis site provides a program to lose weight designed by a qualified nutritionist. It is an easy step-by-step weight loss system without using pills, special foods or gimmicks of any kind, and the most important thing: without going hungry.

This program has been used by doctors and nursing stuff to reduce patient overweight. When you join this weight loss program, you receive free membership to the support forum where you can chat with Anne Collins, keep a weekly weight loss journal and ask other members for advice. The program includes motivation tips to boost weight loss and prevent weight gain again and how to exercise to lose weight. The site offers plenty of information about this program, the person who is in charge of it, the benefits you will get by joining this program and much more. You have to pay in order to join, but the site has plenty of free information about diet, weight loss, obesity, metabolism, calories and much more. If you want to lose weight visit this site, you can get much useful information.

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More – For Food Awareness

  • July 8, 2007 is a site that provides you with a complete food data base with info such as the fat, carbs, proteins, calcium, sugars, cholesterol, potassium and protein among others.

The site offers you the possibility of buying books to help you watch your weight or eat healthier. There are recipes posted online and articles about kids & teens, nutrition, weight loss basics, etc. You can also find resources and tools, such as food updates, guides, portion watch, health diary and interactive tools among others. offers you a community link where you can interact with others that have your same interests. There are forms, blogs, a calorieking club, a live chat and success stories you can read. To be able to use some of these you have to be member of Joining is not free, but it’s cheap.

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