Fitday.com is a wonderful website a friend recently pointed out to me. We shall call her Sideshow "Bob". Anyway, Fitday is a wonderful website for anyone looking for a little motivation or encouragement or plain and simple help with sticking to a new diet or exercise plan. It's perfect because it keeps you accountable for your actions or I guess habits in this case. Journaling is often touted as one of the activities that leads to successful weight loss. FitDay.com provides a journal free of charge. This online journal allows you to keep track of everything you've eaten in a day, your activities and exercises, and log your thoughts. It allows you to visualize what you've eaten, activities you've participated in, goals you’ve set, and anything else that goes into your day-to-day activities. You're able to review charts and graphs every day or over a period of time like a week or month. You can view your progress toward a goal and see how many calories you burned while jogging, putting away groceries and working at your desk. You'll quickly be able to assess the areas where changes are most necessary.
FitDay is a new tool to help you achieve your nutrition,
weight loss, diet & fitness goals.
Imagine a food journal, calorie counter, exercise log,
weight loss tracker, and nutrition facts book all rolled into one. Combine that
with powerful analysis and graphical reporting. Now make it free, easy,
personalized, and accessible anywhere using the web.
How it works:
Login daily and enter your foods, activities, and weight (if
it has changed).
By analyzing what you enter, FitDay generates detailed
graphical reports on:
fat, carbohydrates, and protein intakes
exercise and metabolism calorie expenditure
weight loss progress
long-term diet & fitness trends
and much more!
FitDay takes the guesswork out of your daily diet &
fitness management. And best yet, its quick, easy, and completely free.
Whatever your personal goals, FitDay provides the daily feedback
you need to stay on track
fat, protein, and carbohydrate intakes
metabolism & exercise calorie expenditure
weight loss tracking
weight loss goals and progress reports
caloric balance reports
food nutrition facts for any food
daily nutritional intakes
audit of personal RDAs
long term nutritional analysis
quick reference to Dietary Guidelines for Americans
analyze and graph mileage/distance
Now there is a portion you can actually pay for that
includes a PC Sync, Foods, Activities, Weight Goal, Journal, Moods, Body,
Stats, Calendar and reports.
$29.95 for the easy-to-se software.
But if nothing else, check out the free-be part of the
It's a great way to get started on your New Year weight loss
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