I, too, don't like the diets that plan meals for me. I'm sensitive to dairy and most diet meals seem to have yogurt or cheese in the recipes, or a lot of spicy foods. So I just eat what I prefer and track it.
Even if you can't look up the calories and nutrients, you'll still get an idea of what and how much you are eating, and then work from there. See where you can add veggies or maybe you'll see that you're having too much of something that you could cut back on. Log on here for some quick info or just a pat on the back for your good work!
Another thought... do you have a better cell signal than internet? There are Spark apps for Blackberry, Android, and (I think) iPhone that you can track your food and exercise with. But the main idea is that you track what you eat, either electronically or with a pen/pencil.
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