Summer Is Half Over, But Your Fight with Calories Not! These 5 BEST Calorie Counter Apps Are Here to Help

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The main secret of losing weight is to lose more calories than you eat. And the best way to count the eaten and spent calories – using mobile applications. 

See 5 best app for calculating calories and keep fit on Nexter.org.

FatSecret

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The app FatSecret is one of the most popular among Android and Apple users. It has everything you need: information about the nutritional value of food, a bar code scanner products, diet recipes, a diary of physical exercises, a schedule of weight changes and a history of progress.

Also, the FatSecret app has a comprehensive food database and includes many supermarket and restaurant foods. Among the disadvantages, users note an insufficient amount of meals (only breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks), as well as the inconvenient addition of recipes without the possibility of indicating portions.

There is a section of weight control, but there is, unfortunately, no control over the volumes.

Lifesum

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Lifesum is another very popular calorie counting app that will please you with an attractive design. The program has a large database of products, the ability to add recipes with portions and a device for reading barcodes.

Lifesum also remembers which products you used for food, which further simplifies nutrition control. The application has a convenient system of reminders for daily weighing, eating and drinking water.

The app is free of charge, but you can purchase a premium account and you will have access to additional information on products (fiber, sugar, cholesterol, sodium, potassium), body volume and fat percentage, product ratings.

My FitnessPal   

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Leading position in the list of the most popular application for calculating calories is taken by My FitnessPal. According to the developers, the program has the largest database (more than 6 million items), which is updated daily.

The app includes a complete set of functions: creating an unlimited number of dishes, convenient statistics, and reports on the dynamics of weight, a barcode scanner, statistics on essential nutrients, including proteins, fats, carbohydrates, sugars, fiber, and cholesterol.

Another convenient feature of My FitnessPal is full synchronization with the website: you can fill out the diary both from your computer and from your phone. The application is free, however, some additional features are available only for the paid subscription.

YAZIO

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YAZIO is also one of the top most popular applications for calculating calories. The app has all the basic functions: a finished product table, favorite list, a barcode scanner, tracking sports activity, recording weight. However, you can’t add your own recipes.

Like all the other , YAZIO has a number of limitations for the free version. For example, in the premium account you will get more than 100 healthy and delicious recipes, you can track nutrients (sugar, fiber and salt), keep a record of the percentage of body fat, blood pressure, blood sugar, and make measurements of the chest, waist and hips.

Dine4Fit

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Dine4Fit implements all the basic functions for calculating the calories. Also, you can find there some useful information such as glycemic index, cholesterol, salt, trans fat, fatty acids. In addition, there are data on the content of vitamins and trace elements, and even practical advice on choosing products and their proper storage.

Dine4Fit has a very large database of products, which is regularly updated. At the same time, this is also one disadvantage: this list causes confusion and makes the application difficult to use.


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