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    How do you count your kalories/macro nutritiens

    Do you know any good online site or software(that can be easily found and cracked )that is good?

    I use www.fitday.com and it always been good but I hate the fact that it isnt possible to se the kcal ammount in every meal, just the daily total.

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    Just curious as to how those sites help you or those who use them?

    I've always just written down what I do daily (go w/a set plan) do it for a set period of time, evaluate the results to that point, then adjust. I did this w/food and weights, but not food anymore because you just "know" what to eat after a while for results.
    Just wondering what is different apart from writing it down, or making a spreadsheet for yourself in Excel or similar type program.

    ~SC~

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Just curious as to how those sites help you or those who use them?

    I've always just written down what I do daily (go w/a set plan) do it for a set period of time, evaluate the results to that point, then adjust. I did this w/food and weights, but not food anymore because you just "know" what to eat after a while for results.
    Just wondering what is different apart from writing it down, or making a spreadsheet for yourself in Excel or similar type program.

    ~SC~
    I did the pen and papper thing for several months but thought it was a hassel to calculate everything by hand and to always have to check the nutritional values of things(I have awfull memory).
    I have never done anything with excel so couldnt do a spread sheet if I wanted to(or well yeah I could learn the mofo program but im to lasy )
    fitday also lets me configure a ****load of meals so its a big plus. I think I have over 300 customs meals in that sucker right now. If the **** server crashed and database got deleted I would go on a rampage.

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    I just use Excel to calculate mine. I don't use it daily anymore cause like SC says, you pretty much know after a while but I refer to it sometimes when I just want to double check some things.

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    the best way is to write it down. its a pain in the butt but after getting the hang of the routine, you eventually know what to eat without having to write it down. i especially use this when i am cutting.

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    I use one called Balance Log. It works on a PC or PDA. Go to www.balancelog.com I think it is less than $50.00. Has over 4,000 foods in it and it is easy to add new ones.

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