For more than a century we’ve counted on calories to tell us what will make us fat. Peter Wilson says it’s time to bury the world’s most misleading measure.
Counting calories is misguided. The focus belongs on food.
Although some diets may be easier for you to stick to or be more satiating, the bottom line is that you need to eat less to reduce body weight.
For those aiming to lose weight, calorie calculators may be an important tool. But they're far from the only tool.
A Calorie Counter allows you to search the USDA food nutrition database in the quickest and easiest format it has ever been made available in. A search of any food will bring up the full nutrition facts for that food such as calories, protein, carbs, fat, sugar, cholesterol, sodium, vitamins, and MUCH more.
Calorie Calculator is a health and fitness app that measures the calories of your daily food intake and helps you to adopt health eating habits.
The CalorieKing.com Food Database holds the nutritional information for over 50,000 American generic and brand name foods (including over 260 fast-food chains). There is a wide range of nutrient data and information available including calorie count charts, fat content, fiber content, and protein content.
Find calories, fat, protein, cholesterol, sodium for more than 30,000 brand name and common foods. 40 additional vitamins and nutrients are tracked!
Based on your personal information and health goals, Lose It! builds a personalized weight loss plan and daily calorie budget just for you.
Search more than 426,100 foods for calorie counts, total carbs, fat, protein -- or any other nutrition facts!
CalorieLab maintains the world's largest and most up-to-data database of food nutrition facts, including generic foods and packaged brand name foods, as well as fast-food and table service restaurants.
MyFitnessPal is a diet and fitness community built with one purpose in mind: providing you with the tools and support you need to achieve your weight loss goals.
Since its launch in 2003, Nutrition Data has grown into one of the most authoritative and useful sources of nutritional analysis on the Web. In July 2006, Nutrition Data was acquired by Cond''Net, a digital publisher under the Cond'' Nast Publications umbrella dedicated to editorial excellence. Nutrition Data's continuing goal is to provide the most accurate and comprehensive nutrition analysis available, and to make it accessible and understandable to all.