Fitness Minutes: (35,532) Posts: 166 1/16/13 11:25 A
Spark is good I like they give a pie chart and its easy then tied into here for finer tuning. (iPhone) I alos like Loseit app. although I am trying to decide if it is worth keeping tow and which to give up if not.
Things I need to do today: 1. Breathe in 2. Breathe out
current weight: 28.0 over
Fitness Minutes: (41,795) Posts: 7,840 12/23/12 4:23 P
Fitness Minutes: (87,415) Posts: 4,794 12/20/12 9:16 A
There are lots of free ones out there and I've even paid $8 for a paid app once! I find myfitnesspal is ugly-plain but highly powerful with a fantastic food database that you can easily add your own recipes (plus it has a free bar code scanner).
We are needing to find a good food tracking app in order to keep up with daily intake of carbs and all. Hopefully one where all you do is enter the food and the info auto calculates carbs/protein/fats.
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