Hmm, its ok, but could be better
I'm rather impartial to this, but having to have tried the demo version of the Calorie King PC application which apparently must use the Australian version and not the American one. It was relatively straight forward to install. However the learning curve in actually using it... well it was much longer than expected to get use to.
To be frank, the program looks at your own individual proportionality based upon calories, protein, fats and other consumable levels where it is controlled by the application. Making you as the user to choose heal...thy products for each of your allocated meals. I used this for about 3 to 6 months; I didn't lose much weight from it even though I had incorporated a full exercise regiment with bike riding and some extra track cardio in addition to hiring a personal trainer at the time that introduced me to this application and website. Full database listing of food listings; ability to control your food intake according to your diet Difficult learning curve; Australian version has no mobility for smart phones
A good, helpful online tool for monitoring weight loss and nutritional information - if only it were still available in Australia.
It is a great, free online resource. Good to monitor fats, carbohydrates, etc. and overall weight loss each week.
In recent weeks, the site has been unavailable to access. I wonder whether anyone knows the reason for this? Cheers and ciao!
I thought this would be a great alternative since I was on Weight Watchers and I thought the concept was the same - watching what you eat and counting calories instead of 'points' - and especially because it was free but I have not lost weight but steadily increased it. I don't know what it is, most probably my fault but there is not much incentive or encouragement to lose weight with CalorieKing compared to Weight Watchers.
Simple to use - log on, log in foods, log in exercise. You can see everything you have eaten and how many calories (and...
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I used to have your App on my android samsung phone now it has disappeared on my new phone when all my apps were downloaded. I was as much as called a liar today by the medical profession. Is an app returning for android please?
Do you have this app for android phones yet?
I refuse to count food on anything. I only follow the menu in front of the calorie counter book. I believe counting food is an unhealthy obsession that only leads to neurotic behaviour around food.
My BMI is 30+ and I need to lose 50 lbs. Calorie King says that I need to consumer 2300 calories a day to lose weight. Sounds like a lot of calories to lose weight. Great if this is correct, but could it be a mistake?
Bit high. Are you male or female. That seems like a man's caloric intake. What about hight and age?
I am female and 5ft 11' and 63 years old.
It seems like a mistake. I wouldn't get all caught up in the details of mathematical calculations, just stick with the sample menu in the front of the calorie king booklet. Gives plenty of variety for menu planning and plenty of wiggle room. It's also something you can follow permanently.
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