clockout wrote:anyone else use thedailyplate to count calories? it has a pretty extensive database of food items, which makes it easy to log even if you end up at a whattaburger at 3am
I've been tracking calories and exercise since last october on the dailyplate. I've lost about 30 lbs and have gotten into the best aerobic shape I've ever been in. I now ride an 18.5 mile bike loop like 5 or six times a week, plus I've been rocking the 100 pushups, 200 squats and 200 situps challenges. The food database on tdp is pretty nice, but it's a pain in the ass to add something new. I usually just end up tracking something comparable if I can't find exactly what I ate. So far, it seems to be working alright for me.