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App Review: Get Drunk Not Fat

App Review: Get Drunk Not Fat


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If you’re looking for an app that counts alcohol calories, Get Drunk Not Fat is a good choice. Hell, even if you aren’t into counting calories, the app can be informative. I was shocked to find out that the amount of alcohol I consume on an average Friday or Saturday night (several shots, plus a mixed drink or two) adds up to over 1000 calories. Still, you should probably check out the pros and cons of the app before you decide if you want to buy it:

Reasons You Should Buy Get Drunk Not Fat:

1. With over 200 choices, their beer list is pretty extensive. If you want to make sure they have info on the beer you like before you buy the app, go to their website, where you can search to make sure the info is there.

2. The “Not Broke” tab rates the alcohols by cost, which is nice on a college student budget. The down side is it’s just a list of every alcohol in the database from least to most expensive, so it’s a bit daunting. You can narrow the list by searching for a certain type of alcohol (i.e. “beer”), but the list can still be long depending on your search term (if “beer” was your search, you’d still have a list of over 200 beers).

3. Get Drunk Not Fat has nutrition facts and cost info for every alcohol in the app.

4. The “Cal Watch” tab is great if you want to count alcohol calories when going out. You just put what and how much you’re drinking throughout the nigh and the app calculates how many calories you’ve consumed. The app even has (approximate) caloric info for some popular mixed drinks, like a rum and coke.

Reasons You Shouldn’t Buy Get Drunk Not Fat:

1. You might find the name “Get Drunk Not Fat”at least mildly offensive.

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2. Even though the “Cal Watch” tab is pretty cool, the app doesn’t have a tab that monitors your BAC when out drinking. To me, monitoring BAC is more important than counting calories, so I was disappointed that it isn’t part of the app.

3. Get Drunk Not Fat doesn’t have info on the shitty liquors we all know and love, like Burnett’s or Crystal Palace (pronounced “Puh-la-chay,” so that you feel less disgusted when you’re forced to chug it out of a water bottle). While I don’t like or want to drink either of those liquors, they’re usually the only option at parties. So, if you end up drinking cheap liquor most of the time, you might not want to buy this app.

4. It costs money. While the app is only 99 cents, it’s still 99 cents more than I usually pay for apps.

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5. If you only want to look up caloric and price info (and don’t want the “Cal Watch” tab), you can go to their website, where all of that info is available for free.

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6 Best Calorie Counting Apps, According to Nutritionists

Let your phone do the math with these smart weight-loss programs.

The secret to successful weight loss is, well, no secret: Burn more calories than you take in. As far as working out, most of us have gotten with the exercise program. It&rsquos that calorie counting part that can feel especially hard to stick with. But calorie tracking apps help make logging your food easier. They also offer insight into your eating habits that go beyond the numbers. For example, you may notice that a skipped breakfast leads to a midmorning donut or a well-balanced dinner keeps you from late-night snacking. The mere act of writing, typing, or taking a picture of your meals before or during the actual meal helps you consider your options when selecting what to eat. We asked nutritionists to share their favorite calorie-tracking apps to help you lose the weight &mdash and keep it off.

While your Fitbit tracker monitors steps and activity, the Fitbit app lets you take your food tracking to the next level. Input foods either manually or with their barcode scanner. A daily breakdown of your carb, protein, and fat intake allows you to better understand how your food choices impact your overall health. The app also gives Fitbit wearers detailed data on their heart rates, sleep quality, and more. But you don&rsquot have to own a Fitbit device to use the app: It can also work with your smartphone to track steps.

Free for iOS and Android.

When you&rsquore trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or manage dietary restrictions, dining out can seem like a recipe for disaster. HealthyOut steps up to the plate to help you manage the options. For instance, it can suggest only the restaurant dishes that don&rsquot exceed your chosen calorie count, providing the protein, fat and carb amounts along with additional criteria like heart-healthy, paleo, low-carb, and pescatarian. You can also ask the app for restaurant recs on everything from 'gluten-free' to 'not salads.'

It&rsquos hard to argue with 80-plus million pounds, which is the collective weight loss of Lose It! users, according to the website. Lose It! comes up with a personalized calorie budget based on your height, weight, age, and gender. You have a choice of how to log in meals: searching their food database, scanning barcodes, or using the new Snap It feature, which allows you to send a photo of your dish.

The app syncs with your devices, like your health data on your iPhone and your Fitbit or other trackers. You can also connect with various communities and networks to keep accountability and momentum on the up and up. For additional customizations, including creating wellness challenges, setting up private support groups, and receiving a daily or weekly log of your progress, upgrade to the Premium version for $39.99 a year.

Free for iOS and Android.

Some nutritionists call MyFitnessPal the queen of diet and fitness trackers. With over five million foods in the system, it's easy to enter what you ate &mdash plus you won't waste time trying to do the math on things like portion sizes and protein content. The app even remembers what you eat &mdash so on Tuesday Taco Night you don&rsquot have to re-enter the ingredients of your killer guac &mdash and can calculate the calories of recipes uploaded from other websites. For $49.99 annually, you can get add-ons like a deeper dive into your eating habits, VIP support, and a banner-free experience.

Free for iOS and Android.

Users praise Nutritionix Track for its straightforward calorie-tracking &mdash nutritionists praise it for the transparency of the nutritional info, since it can combine the calorie content of common packaged food ingredients and restaurant items with everyday fresh foods. This tracking feature makes it great for people who are eating mixed meals &mdash i.e., leftover takeout with home-cooked chicken. Registered dietitians created the database has been created and you can log food items by speaking into the app. Through the Track Pro Coach Portal ($5.99 per month), you can share your food log with your trainer or nutritionist.

Free for iOS and Android.

When that creamy fettuccine or chocolate-chip cookie is calling your name, Rise can take you back from the brink of temptation. The app matches you with a registered dietician for personalized coaching and daily support, advice, and encouragement. Just snap photos of your meals and snacks for your dietician to review and share specific feedback. You can also discuss your exercise routine and any other weight-loss challenges. The one catch: A monthly subscription starts at $49. But it could be worth the investment, because it's like having a science expert and personal coach with you at all times. While many apps have you talking to people they call 'coaches' or 'nutritionists,' Rise you get real-time access to an actual registered dietician.


6 Best Calorie Counting Apps, According to Nutritionists

Let your phone do the math with these smart weight-loss programs.

The secret to successful weight loss is, well, no secret: Burn more calories than you take in. As far as working out, most of us have gotten with the exercise program. It&rsquos that calorie counting part that can feel especially hard to stick with. But calorie tracking apps help make logging your food easier. They also offer insight into your eating habits that go beyond the numbers. For example, you may notice that a skipped breakfast leads to a midmorning donut or a well-balanced dinner keeps you from late-night snacking. The mere act of writing, typing, or taking a picture of your meals before or during the actual meal helps you consider your options when selecting what to eat. We asked nutritionists to share their favorite calorie-tracking apps to help you lose the weight &mdash and keep it off.

While your Fitbit tracker monitors steps and activity, the Fitbit app lets you take your food tracking to the next level. Input foods either manually or with their barcode scanner. A daily breakdown of your carb, protein, and fat intake allows you to better understand how your food choices impact your overall health. The app also gives Fitbit wearers detailed data on their heart rates, sleep quality, and more. But you don&rsquot have to own a Fitbit device to use the app: It can also work with your smartphone to track steps.

Free for iOS and Android.

When you&rsquore trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or manage dietary restrictions, dining out can seem like a recipe for disaster. HealthyOut steps up to the plate to help you manage the options. For instance, it can suggest only the restaurant dishes that don&rsquot exceed your chosen calorie count, providing the protein, fat and carb amounts along with additional criteria like heart-healthy, paleo, low-carb, and pescatarian. You can also ask the app for restaurant recs on everything from 'gluten-free' to 'not salads.'

It&rsquos hard to argue with 80-plus million pounds, which is the collective weight loss of Lose It! users, according to the website. Lose It! comes up with a personalized calorie budget based on your height, weight, age, and gender. You have a choice of how to log in meals: searching their food database, scanning barcodes, or using the new Snap It feature, which allows you to send a photo of your dish.

The app syncs with your devices, like your health data on your iPhone and your Fitbit or other trackers. You can also connect with various communities and networks to keep accountability and momentum on the up and up. For additional customizations, including creating wellness challenges, setting up private support groups, and receiving a daily or weekly log of your progress, upgrade to the Premium version for $39.99 a year.

Free for iOS and Android.

Some nutritionists call MyFitnessPal the queen of diet and fitness trackers. With over five million foods in the system, it's easy to enter what you ate &mdash plus you won't waste time trying to do the math on things like portion sizes and protein content. The app even remembers what you eat &mdash so on Tuesday Taco Night you don&rsquot have to re-enter the ingredients of your killer guac &mdash and can calculate the calories of recipes uploaded from other websites. For $49.99 annually, you can get add-ons like a deeper dive into your eating habits, VIP support, and a banner-free experience.

Free for iOS and Android.

Users praise Nutritionix Track for its straightforward calorie-tracking &mdash nutritionists praise it for the transparency of the nutritional info, since it can combine the calorie content of common packaged food ingredients and restaurant items with everyday fresh foods. This tracking feature makes it great for people who are eating mixed meals &mdash i.e., leftover takeout with home-cooked chicken. Registered dietitians created the database has been created and you can log food items by speaking into the app. Through the Track Pro Coach Portal ($5.99 per month), you can share your food log with your trainer or nutritionist.

Free for iOS and Android.

When that creamy fettuccine or chocolate-chip cookie is calling your name, Rise can take you back from the brink of temptation. The app matches you with a registered dietician for personalized coaching and daily support, advice, and encouragement. Just snap photos of your meals and snacks for your dietician to review and share specific feedback. You can also discuss your exercise routine and any other weight-loss challenges. The one catch: A monthly subscription starts at $49. But it could be worth the investment, because it's like having a science expert and personal coach with you at all times. While many apps have you talking to people they call 'coaches' or 'nutritionists,' Rise you get real-time access to an actual registered dietician.


6 Best Calorie Counting Apps, According to Nutritionists

Let your phone do the math with these smart weight-loss programs.

The secret to successful weight loss is, well, no secret: Burn more calories than you take in. As far as working out, most of us have gotten with the exercise program. It&rsquos that calorie counting part that can feel especially hard to stick with. But calorie tracking apps help make logging your food easier. They also offer insight into your eating habits that go beyond the numbers. For example, you may notice that a skipped breakfast leads to a midmorning donut or a well-balanced dinner keeps you from late-night snacking. The mere act of writing, typing, or taking a picture of your meals before or during the actual meal helps you consider your options when selecting what to eat. We asked nutritionists to share their favorite calorie-tracking apps to help you lose the weight &mdash and keep it off.

While your Fitbit tracker monitors steps and activity, the Fitbit app lets you take your food tracking to the next level. Input foods either manually or with their barcode scanner. A daily breakdown of your carb, protein, and fat intake allows you to better understand how your food choices impact your overall health. The app also gives Fitbit wearers detailed data on their heart rates, sleep quality, and more. But you don&rsquot have to own a Fitbit device to use the app: It can also work with your smartphone to track steps.

Free for iOS and Android.

When you&rsquore trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or manage dietary restrictions, dining out can seem like a recipe for disaster. HealthyOut steps up to the plate to help you manage the options. For instance, it can suggest only the restaurant dishes that don&rsquot exceed your chosen calorie count, providing the protein, fat and carb amounts along with additional criteria like heart-healthy, paleo, low-carb, and pescatarian. You can also ask the app for restaurant recs on everything from 'gluten-free' to 'not salads.'

It&rsquos hard to argue with 80-plus million pounds, which is the collective weight loss of Lose It! users, according to the website. Lose It! comes up with a personalized calorie budget based on your height, weight, age, and gender. You have a choice of how to log in meals: searching their food database, scanning barcodes, or using the new Snap It feature, which allows you to send a photo of your dish.

The app syncs with your devices, like your health data on your iPhone and your Fitbit or other trackers. You can also connect with various communities and networks to keep accountability and momentum on the up and up. For additional customizations, including creating wellness challenges, setting up private support groups, and receiving a daily or weekly log of your progress, upgrade to the Premium version for $39.99 a year.

Free for iOS and Android.

Some nutritionists call MyFitnessPal the queen of diet and fitness trackers. With over five million foods in the system, it's easy to enter what you ate &mdash plus you won't waste time trying to do the math on things like portion sizes and protein content. The app even remembers what you eat &mdash so on Tuesday Taco Night you don&rsquot have to re-enter the ingredients of your killer guac &mdash and can calculate the calories of recipes uploaded from other websites. For $49.99 annually, you can get add-ons like a deeper dive into your eating habits, VIP support, and a banner-free experience.

Free for iOS and Android.

Users praise Nutritionix Track for its straightforward calorie-tracking &mdash nutritionists praise it for the transparency of the nutritional info, since it can combine the calorie content of common packaged food ingredients and restaurant items with everyday fresh foods. This tracking feature makes it great for people who are eating mixed meals &mdash i.e., leftover takeout with home-cooked chicken. Registered dietitians created the database has been created and you can log food items by speaking into the app. Through the Track Pro Coach Portal ($5.99 per month), you can share your food log with your trainer or nutritionist.

Free for iOS and Android.

When that creamy fettuccine or chocolate-chip cookie is calling your name, Rise can take you back from the brink of temptation. The app matches you with a registered dietician for personalized coaching and daily support, advice, and encouragement. Just snap photos of your meals and snacks for your dietician to review and share specific feedback. You can also discuss your exercise routine and any other weight-loss challenges. The one catch: A monthly subscription starts at $49. But it could be worth the investment, because it's like having a science expert and personal coach with you at all times. While many apps have you talking to people they call 'coaches' or 'nutritionists,' Rise you get real-time access to an actual registered dietician.


6 Best Calorie Counting Apps, According to Nutritionists

Let your phone do the math with these smart weight-loss programs.

The secret to successful weight loss is, well, no secret: Burn more calories than you take in. As far as working out, most of us have gotten with the exercise program. It&rsquos that calorie counting part that can feel especially hard to stick with. But calorie tracking apps help make logging your food easier. They also offer insight into your eating habits that go beyond the numbers. For example, you may notice that a skipped breakfast leads to a midmorning donut or a well-balanced dinner keeps you from late-night snacking. The mere act of writing, typing, or taking a picture of your meals before or during the actual meal helps you consider your options when selecting what to eat. We asked nutritionists to share their favorite calorie-tracking apps to help you lose the weight &mdash and keep it off.

While your Fitbit tracker monitors steps and activity, the Fitbit app lets you take your food tracking to the next level. Input foods either manually or with their barcode scanner. A daily breakdown of your carb, protein, and fat intake allows you to better understand how your food choices impact your overall health. The app also gives Fitbit wearers detailed data on their heart rates, sleep quality, and more. But you don&rsquot have to own a Fitbit device to use the app: It can also work with your smartphone to track steps.

Free for iOS and Android.

When you&rsquore trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or manage dietary restrictions, dining out can seem like a recipe for disaster. HealthyOut steps up to the plate to help you manage the options. For instance, it can suggest only the restaurant dishes that don&rsquot exceed your chosen calorie count, providing the protein, fat and carb amounts along with additional criteria like heart-healthy, paleo, low-carb, and pescatarian. You can also ask the app for restaurant recs on everything from 'gluten-free' to 'not salads.'

It&rsquos hard to argue with 80-plus million pounds, which is the collective weight loss of Lose It! users, according to the website. Lose It! comes up with a personalized calorie budget based on your height, weight, age, and gender. You have a choice of how to log in meals: searching their food database, scanning barcodes, or using the new Snap It feature, which allows you to send a photo of your dish.

The app syncs with your devices, like your health data on your iPhone and your Fitbit or other trackers. You can also connect with various communities and networks to keep accountability and momentum on the up and up. For additional customizations, including creating wellness challenges, setting up private support groups, and receiving a daily or weekly log of your progress, upgrade to the Premium version for $39.99 a year.

Free for iOS and Android.

Some nutritionists call MyFitnessPal the queen of diet and fitness trackers. With over five million foods in the system, it's easy to enter what you ate &mdash plus you won't waste time trying to do the math on things like portion sizes and protein content. The app even remembers what you eat &mdash so on Tuesday Taco Night you don&rsquot have to re-enter the ingredients of your killer guac &mdash and can calculate the calories of recipes uploaded from other websites. For $49.99 annually, you can get add-ons like a deeper dive into your eating habits, VIP support, and a banner-free experience.

Free for iOS and Android.

Users praise Nutritionix Track for its straightforward calorie-tracking &mdash nutritionists praise it for the transparency of the nutritional info, since it can combine the calorie content of common packaged food ingredients and restaurant items with everyday fresh foods. This tracking feature makes it great for people who are eating mixed meals &mdash i.e., leftover takeout with home-cooked chicken. Registered dietitians created the database has been created and you can log food items by speaking into the app. Through the Track Pro Coach Portal ($5.99 per month), you can share your food log with your trainer or nutritionist.

Free for iOS and Android.

When that creamy fettuccine or chocolate-chip cookie is calling your name, Rise can take you back from the brink of temptation. The app matches you with a registered dietician for personalized coaching and daily support, advice, and encouragement. Just snap photos of your meals and snacks for your dietician to review and share specific feedback. You can also discuss your exercise routine and any other weight-loss challenges. The one catch: A monthly subscription starts at $49. But it could be worth the investment, because it's like having a science expert and personal coach with you at all times. While many apps have you talking to people they call 'coaches' or 'nutritionists,' Rise you get real-time access to an actual registered dietician.


6 Best Calorie Counting Apps, According to Nutritionists

Let your phone do the math with these smart weight-loss programs.

The secret to successful weight loss is, well, no secret: Burn more calories than you take in. As far as working out, most of us have gotten with the exercise program. It&rsquos that calorie counting part that can feel especially hard to stick with. But calorie tracking apps help make logging your food easier. They also offer insight into your eating habits that go beyond the numbers. For example, you may notice that a skipped breakfast leads to a midmorning donut or a well-balanced dinner keeps you from late-night snacking. The mere act of writing, typing, or taking a picture of your meals before or during the actual meal helps you consider your options when selecting what to eat. We asked nutritionists to share their favorite calorie-tracking apps to help you lose the weight &mdash and keep it off.

While your Fitbit tracker monitors steps and activity, the Fitbit app lets you take your food tracking to the next level. Input foods either manually or with their barcode scanner. A daily breakdown of your carb, protein, and fat intake allows you to better understand how your food choices impact your overall health. The app also gives Fitbit wearers detailed data on their heart rates, sleep quality, and more. But you don&rsquot have to own a Fitbit device to use the app: It can also work with your smartphone to track steps.

Free for iOS and Android.

When you&rsquore trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or manage dietary restrictions, dining out can seem like a recipe for disaster. HealthyOut steps up to the plate to help you manage the options. For instance, it can suggest only the restaurant dishes that don&rsquot exceed your chosen calorie count, providing the protein, fat and carb amounts along with additional criteria like heart-healthy, paleo, low-carb, and pescatarian. You can also ask the app for restaurant recs on everything from 'gluten-free' to 'not salads.'

It&rsquos hard to argue with 80-plus million pounds, which is the collective weight loss of Lose It! users, according to the website. Lose It! comes up with a personalized calorie budget based on your height, weight, age, and gender. You have a choice of how to log in meals: searching their food database, scanning barcodes, or using the new Snap It feature, which allows you to send a photo of your dish.

The app syncs with your devices, like your health data on your iPhone and your Fitbit or other trackers. You can also connect with various communities and networks to keep accountability and momentum on the up and up. For additional customizations, including creating wellness challenges, setting up private support groups, and receiving a daily or weekly log of your progress, upgrade to the Premium version for $39.99 a year.

Free for iOS and Android.

Some nutritionists call MyFitnessPal the queen of diet and fitness trackers. With over five million foods in the system, it's easy to enter what you ate &mdash plus you won't waste time trying to do the math on things like portion sizes and protein content. The app even remembers what you eat &mdash so on Tuesday Taco Night you don&rsquot have to re-enter the ingredients of your killer guac &mdash and can calculate the calories of recipes uploaded from other websites. For $49.99 annually, you can get add-ons like a deeper dive into your eating habits, VIP support, and a banner-free experience.

Free for iOS and Android.

Users praise Nutritionix Track for its straightforward calorie-tracking &mdash nutritionists praise it for the transparency of the nutritional info, since it can combine the calorie content of common packaged food ingredients and restaurant items with everyday fresh foods. This tracking feature makes it great for people who are eating mixed meals &mdash i.e., leftover takeout with home-cooked chicken. Registered dietitians created the database has been created and you can log food items by speaking into the app. Through the Track Pro Coach Portal ($5.99 per month), you can share your food log with your trainer or nutritionist.

Free for iOS and Android.

When that creamy fettuccine or chocolate-chip cookie is calling your name, Rise can take you back from the brink of temptation. The app matches you with a registered dietician for personalized coaching and daily support, advice, and encouragement. Just snap photos of your meals and snacks for your dietician to review and share specific feedback. You can also discuss your exercise routine and any other weight-loss challenges. The one catch: A monthly subscription starts at $49. But it could be worth the investment, because it's like having a science expert and personal coach with you at all times. While many apps have you talking to people they call 'coaches' or 'nutritionists,' Rise you get real-time access to an actual registered dietician.


6 Best Calorie Counting Apps, According to Nutritionists

Let your phone do the math with these smart weight-loss programs.

The secret to successful weight loss is, well, no secret: Burn more calories than you take in. As far as working out, most of us have gotten with the exercise program. It&rsquos that calorie counting part that can feel especially hard to stick with. But calorie tracking apps help make logging your food easier. They also offer insight into your eating habits that go beyond the numbers. For example, you may notice that a skipped breakfast leads to a midmorning donut or a well-balanced dinner keeps you from late-night snacking. The mere act of writing, typing, or taking a picture of your meals before or during the actual meal helps you consider your options when selecting what to eat. We asked nutritionists to share their favorite calorie-tracking apps to help you lose the weight &mdash and keep it off.

While your Fitbit tracker monitors steps and activity, the Fitbit app lets you take your food tracking to the next level. Input foods either manually or with their barcode scanner. A daily breakdown of your carb, protein, and fat intake allows you to better understand how your food choices impact your overall health. The app also gives Fitbit wearers detailed data on their heart rates, sleep quality, and more. But you don&rsquot have to own a Fitbit device to use the app: It can also work with your smartphone to track steps.

Free for iOS and Android.

When you&rsquore trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or manage dietary restrictions, dining out can seem like a recipe for disaster. HealthyOut steps up to the plate to help you manage the options. For instance, it can suggest only the restaurant dishes that don&rsquot exceed your chosen calorie count, providing the protein, fat and carb amounts along with additional criteria like heart-healthy, paleo, low-carb, and pescatarian. You can also ask the app for restaurant recs on everything from 'gluten-free' to 'not salads.'

It&rsquos hard to argue with 80-plus million pounds, which is the collective weight loss of Lose It! users, according to the website. Lose It! comes up with a personalized calorie budget based on your height, weight, age, and gender. You have a choice of how to log in meals: searching their food database, scanning barcodes, or using the new Snap It feature, which allows you to send a photo of your dish.

The app syncs with your devices, like your health data on your iPhone and your Fitbit or other trackers. You can also connect with various communities and networks to keep accountability and momentum on the up and up. For additional customizations, including creating wellness challenges, setting up private support groups, and receiving a daily or weekly log of your progress, upgrade to the Premium version for $39.99 a year.

Free for iOS and Android.

Some nutritionists call MyFitnessPal the queen of diet and fitness trackers. With over five million foods in the system, it's easy to enter what you ate &mdash plus you won't waste time trying to do the math on things like portion sizes and protein content. The app even remembers what you eat &mdash so on Tuesday Taco Night you don&rsquot have to re-enter the ingredients of your killer guac &mdash and can calculate the calories of recipes uploaded from other websites. For $49.99 annually, you can get add-ons like a deeper dive into your eating habits, VIP support, and a banner-free experience.

Free for iOS and Android.

Users praise Nutritionix Track for its straightforward calorie-tracking &mdash nutritionists praise it for the transparency of the nutritional info, since it can combine the calorie content of common packaged food ingredients and restaurant items with everyday fresh foods. This tracking feature makes it great for people who are eating mixed meals &mdash i.e., leftover takeout with home-cooked chicken. Registered dietitians created the database has been created and you can log food items by speaking into the app. Through the Track Pro Coach Portal ($5.99 per month), you can share your food log with your trainer or nutritionist.

Free for iOS and Android.

When that creamy fettuccine or chocolate-chip cookie is calling your name, Rise can take you back from the brink of temptation. The app matches you with a registered dietician for personalized coaching and daily support, advice, and encouragement. Just snap photos of your meals and snacks for your dietician to review and share specific feedback. You can also discuss your exercise routine and any other weight-loss challenges. The one catch: A monthly subscription starts at $49. But it could be worth the investment, because it's like having a science expert and personal coach with you at all times. While many apps have you talking to people they call 'coaches' or 'nutritionists,' Rise you get real-time access to an actual registered dietician.


6 Best Calorie Counting Apps, According to Nutritionists

Let your phone do the math with these smart weight-loss programs.

The secret to successful weight loss is, well, no secret: Burn more calories than you take in. As far as working out, most of us have gotten with the exercise program. It&rsquos that calorie counting part that can feel especially hard to stick with. But calorie tracking apps help make logging your food easier. They also offer insight into your eating habits that go beyond the numbers. For example, you may notice that a skipped breakfast leads to a midmorning donut or a well-balanced dinner keeps you from late-night snacking. The mere act of writing, typing, or taking a picture of your meals before or during the actual meal helps you consider your options when selecting what to eat. We asked nutritionists to share their favorite calorie-tracking apps to help you lose the weight &mdash and keep it off.

While your Fitbit tracker monitors steps and activity, the Fitbit app lets you take your food tracking to the next level. Input foods either manually or with their barcode scanner. A daily breakdown of your carb, protein, and fat intake allows you to better understand how your food choices impact your overall health. The app also gives Fitbit wearers detailed data on their heart rates, sleep quality, and more. But you don&rsquot have to own a Fitbit device to use the app: It can also work with your smartphone to track steps.

Free for iOS and Android.

When you&rsquore trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or manage dietary restrictions, dining out can seem like a recipe for disaster. HealthyOut steps up to the plate to help you manage the options. For instance, it can suggest only the restaurant dishes that don&rsquot exceed your chosen calorie count, providing the protein, fat and carb amounts along with additional criteria like heart-healthy, paleo, low-carb, and pescatarian. You can also ask the app for restaurant recs on everything from 'gluten-free' to 'not salads.'

It&rsquos hard to argue with 80-plus million pounds, which is the collective weight loss of Lose It! users, according to the website. Lose It! comes up with a personalized calorie budget based on your height, weight, age, and gender. You have a choice of how to log in meals: searching their food database, scanning barcodes, or using the new Snap It feature, which allows you to send a photo of your dish.

The app syncs with your devices, like your health data on your iPhone and your Fitbit or other trackers. You can also connect with various communities and networks to keep accountability and momentum on the up and up. For additional customizations, including creating wellness challenges, setting up private support groups, and receiving a daily or weekly log of your progress, upgrade to the Premium version for $39.99 a year.

Free for iOS and Android.

Some nutritionists call MyFitnessPal the queen of diet and fitness trackers. With over five million foods in the system, it's easy to enter what you ate &mdash plus you won't waste time trying to do the math on things like portion sizes and protein content. The app even remembers what you eat &mdash so on Tuesday Taco Night you don&rsquot have to re-enter the ingredients of your killer guac &mdash and can calculate the calories of recipes uploaded from other websites. For $49.99 annually, you can get add-ons like a deeper dive into your eating habits, VIP support, and a banner-free experience.

Free for iOS and Android.

Users praise Nutritionix Track for its straightforward calorie-tracking &mdash nutritionists praise it for the transparency of the nutritional info, since it can combine the calorie content of common packaged food ingredients and restaurant items with everyday fresh foods. This tracking feature makes it great for people who are eating mixed meals &mdash i.e., leftover takeout with home-cooked chicken. Registered dietitians created the database has been created and you can log food items by speaking into the app. Through the Track Pro Coach Portal ($5.99 per month), you can share your food log with your trainer or nutritionist.

Free for iOS and Android.

When that creamy fettuccine or chocolate-chip cookie is calling your name, Rise can take you back from the brink of temptation. The app matches you with a registered dietician for personalized coaching and daily support, advice, and encouragement. Just snap photos of your meals and snacks for your dietician to review and share specific feedback. You can also discuss your exercise routine and any other weight-loss challenges. The one catch: A monthly subscription starts at $49. But it could be worth the investment, because it's like having a science expert and personal coach with you at all times. While many apps have you talking to people they call 'coaches' or 'nutritionists,' Rise you get real-time access to an actual registered dietician.


6 Best Calorie Counting Apps, According to Nutritionists

Let your phone do the math with these smart weight-loss programs.

The secret to successful weight loss is, well, no secret: Burn more calories than you take in. As far as working out, most of us have gotten with the exercise program. It&rsquos that calorie counting part that can feel especially hard to stick with. But calorie tracking apps help make logging your food easier. They also offer insight into your eating habits that go beyond the numbers. For example, you may notice that a skipped breakfast leads to a midmorning donut or a well-balanced dinner keeps you from late-night snacking. The mere act of writing, typing, or taking a picture of your meals before or during the actual meal helps you consider your options when selecting what to eat. We asked nutritionists to share their favorite calorie-tracking apps to help you lose the weight &mdash and keep it off.

While your Fitbit tracker monitors steps and activity, the Fitbit app lets you take your food tracking to the next level. Input foods either manually or with their barcode scanner. A daily breakdown of your carb, protein, and fat intake allows you to better understand how your food choices impact your overall health. The app also gives Fitbit wearers detailed data on their heart rates, sleep quality, and more. But you don&rsquot have to own a Fitbit device to use the app: It can also work with your smartphone to track steps.

Free for iOS and Android.

When you&rsquore trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or manage dietary restrictions, dining out can seem like a recipe for disaster. HealthyOut steps up to the plate to help you manage the options. For instance, it can suggest only the restaurant dishes that don&rsquot exceed your chosen calorie count, providing the protein, fat and carb amounts along with additional criteria like heart-healthy, paleo, low-carb, and pescatarian. You can also ask the app for restaurant recs on everything from 'gluten-free' to 'not salads.'

It&rsquos hard to argue with 80-plus million pounds, which is the collective weight loss of Lose It! users, according to the website. Lose It! comes up with a personalized calorie budget based on your height, weight, age, and gender. You have a choice of how to log in meals: searching their food database, scanning barcodes, or using the new Snap It feature, which allows you to send a photo of your dish.

The app syncs with your devices, like your health data on your iPhone and your Fitbit or other trackers. You can also connect with various communities and networks to keep accountability and momentum on the up and up. For additional customizations, including creating wellness challenges, setting up private support groups, and receiving a daily or weekly log of your progress, upgrade to the Premium version for $39.99 a year.

Free for iOS and Android.

Some nutritionists call MyFitnessPal the queen of diet and fitness trackers. With over five million foods in the system, it's easy to enter what you ate &mdash plus you won't waste time trying to do the math on things like portion sizes and protein content. The app even remembers what you eat &mdash so on Tuesday Taco Night you don&rsquot have to re-enter the ingredients of your killer guac &mdash and can calculate the calories of recipes uploaded from other websites. For $49.99 annually, you can get add-ons like a deeper dive into your eating habits, VIP support, and a banner-free experience.

Free for iOS and Android.

Users praise Nutritionix Track for its straightforward calorie-tracking &mdash nutritionists praise it for the transparency of the nutritional info, since it can combine the calorie content of common packaged food ingredients and restaurant items with everyday fresh foods. This tracking feature makes it great for people who are eating mixed meals &mdash i.e., leftover takeout with home-cooked chicken. Registered dietitians created the database has been created and you can log food items by speaking into the app. Through the Track Pro Coach Portal ($5.99 per month), you can share your food log with your trainer or nutritionist.

Free for iOS and Android.

When that creamy fettuccine or chocolate-chip cookie is calling your name, Rise can take you back from the brink of temptation. The app matches you with a registered dietician for personalized coaching and daily support, advice, and encouragement. Just snap photos of your meals and snacks for your dietician to review and share specific feedback. You can also discuss your exercise routine and any other weight-loss challenges. The one catch: A monthly subscription starts at $49. But it could be worth the investment, because it's like having a science expert and personal coach with you at all times. While many apps have you talking to people they call 'coaches' or 'nutritionists,' Rise you get real-time access to an actual registered dietician.


6 Best Calorie Counting Apps, According to Nutritionists

Let your phone do the math with these smart weight-loss programs.

The secret to successful weight loss is, well, no secret: Burn more calories than you take in. As far as working out, most of us have gotten with the exercise program. It&rsquos that calorie counting part that can feel especially hard to stick with. But calorie tracking apps help make logging your food easier. They also offer insight into your eating habits that go beyond the numbers. For example, you may notice that a skipped breakfast leads to a midmorning donut or a well-balanced dinner keeps you from late-night snacking. The mere act of writing, typing, or taking a picture of your meals before or during the actual meal helps you consider your options when selecting what to eat. We asked nutritionists to share their favorite calorie-tracking apps to help you lose the weight &mdash and keep it off.

While your Fitbit tracker monitors steps and activity, the Fitbit app lets you take your food tracking to the next level. Input foods either manually or with their barcode scanner. A daily breakdown of your carb, protein, and fat intake allows you to better understand how your food choices impact your overall health. The app also gives Fitbit wearers detailed data on their heart rates, sleep quality, and more. But you don&rsquot have to own a Fitbit device to use the app: It can also work with your smartphone to track steps.

Free for iOS and Android.

When you&rsquore trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or manage dietary restrictions, dining out can seem like a recipe for disaster. HealthyOut steps up to the plate to help you manage the options. For instance, it can suggest only the restaurant dishes that don&rsquot exceed your chosen calorie count, providing the protein, fat and carb amounts along with additional criteria like heart-healthy, paleo, low-carb, and pescatarian. You can also ask the app for restaurant recs on everything from 'gluten-free' to 'not salads.'

It&rsquos hard to argue with 80-plus million pounds, which is the collective weight loss of Lose It! users, according to the website. Lose It! comes up with a personalized calorie budget based on your height, weight, age, and gender. You have a choice of how to log in meals: searching their food database, scanning barcodes, or using the new Snap It feature, which allows you to send a photo of your dish.

The app syncs with your devices, like your health data on your iPhone and your Fitbit or other trackers. You can also connect with various communities and networks to keep accountability and momentum on the up and up. For additional customizations, including creating wellness challenges, setting up private support groups, and receiving a daily or weekly log of your progress, upgrade to the Premium version for $39.99 a year.

Free for iOS and Android.

Some nutritionists call MyFitnessPal the queen of diet and fitness trackers. With over five million foods in the system, it's easy to enter what you ate &mdash plus you won't waste time trying to do the math on things like portion sizes and protein content. The app even remembers what you eat &mdash so on Tuesday Taco Night you don&rsquot have to re-enter the ingredients of your killer guac &mdash and can calculate the calories of recipes uploaded from other websites. For $49.99 annually, you can get add-ons like a deeper dive into your eating habits, VIP support, and a banner-free experience.

Free for iOS and Android.

Users praise Nutritionix Track for its straightforward calorie-tracking &mdash nutritionists praise it for the transparency of the nutritional info, since it can combine the calorie content of common packaged food ingredients and restaurant items with everyday fresh foods. This tracking feature makes it great for people who are eating mixed meals &mdash i.e., leftover takeout with home-cooked chicken. Registered dietitians created the database has been created and you can log food items by speaking into the app. Through the Track Pro Coach Portal ($5.99 per month), you can share your food log with your trainer or nutritionist.

Free for iOS and Android.

When that creamy fettuccine or chocolate-chip cookie is calling your name, Rise can take you back from the brink of temptation. The app matches you with a registered dietician for personalized coaching and daily support, advice, and encouragement. Just snap photos of your meals and snacks for your dietician to review and share specific feedback. You can also discuss your exercise routine and any other weight-loss challenges. The one catch: A monthly subscription starts at $49. But it could be worth the investment, because it's like having a science expert and personal coach with you at all times. While many apps have you talking to people they call 'coaches' or 'nutritionists,' Rise you get real-time access to an actual registered dietician.


6 Best Calorie Counting Apps, According to Nutritionists

Let your phone do the math with these smart weight-loss programs.

The secret to successful weight loss is, well, no secret: Burn more calories than you take in. As far as working out, most of us have gotten with the exercise program. It&rsquos that calorie counting part that can feel especially hard to stick with. But calorie tracking apps help make logging your food easier. They also offer insight into your eating habits that go beyond the numbers. For example, you may notice that a skipped breakfast leads to a midmorning donut or a well-balanced dinner keeps you from late-night snacking. The mere act of writing, typing, or taking a picture of your meals before or during the actual meal helps you consider your options when selecting what to eat. We asked nutritionists to share their favorite calorie-tracking apps to help you lose the weight &mdash and keep it off.

While your Fitbit tracker monitors steps and activity, the Fitbit app lets you take your food tracking to the next level. Input foods either manually or with their barcode scanner. A daily breakdown of your carb, protein, and fat intake allows you to better understand how your food choices impact your overall health. The app also gives Fitbit wearers detailed data on their heart rates, sleep quality, and more. But you don&rsquot have to own a Fitbit device to use the app: It can also work with your smartphone to track steps.

Free for iOS and Android.

When you&rsquore trying to lose weight, eat healthier, or manage dietary restrictions, dining out can seem like a recipe for disaster. HealthyOut steps up to the plate to help you manage the options. For instance, it can suggest only the restaurant dishes that don&rsquot exceed your chosen calorie count, providing the protein, fat and carb amounts along with additional criteria like heart-healthy, paleo, low-carb, and pescatarian. You can also ask the app for restaurant recs on everything from 'gluten-free' to 'not salads.'

It&rsquos hard to argue with 80-plus million pounds, which is the collective weight loss of Lose It! users, according to the website. Lose It! comes up with a personalized calorie budget based on your height, weight, age, and gender. You have a choice of how to log in meals: searching their food database, scanning barcodes, or using the new Snap It feature, which allows you to send a photo of your dish.

The app syncs with your devices, like your health data on your iPhone and your Fitbit or other trackers. You can also connect with various communities and networks to keep accountability and momentum on the up and up. For additional customizations, including creating wellness challenges, setting up private support groups, and receiving a daily or weekly log of your progress, upgrade to the Premium version for $39.99 a year.

Free for iOS and Android.

Some nutritionists call MyFitnessPal the queen of diet and fitness trackers. With over five million foods in the system, it's easy to enter what you ate &mdash plus you won't waste time trying to do the math on things like portion sizes and protein content. The app even remembers what you eat &mdash so on Tuesday Taco Night you don&rsquot have to re-enter the ingredients of your killer guac &mdash and can calculate the calories of recipes uploaded from other websites. For $49.99 annually, you can get add-ons like a deeper dive into your eating habits, VIP support, and a banner-free experience.

Free for iOS and Android.

Users praise Nutritionix Track for its straightforward calorie-tracking &mdash nutritionists praise it for the transparency of the nutritional info, since it can combine the calorie content of common packaged food ingredients and restaurant items with everyday fresh foods. This tracking feature makes it great for people who are eating mixed meals &mdash i.e., leftover takeout with home-cooked chicken. Registered dietitians created the database has been created and you can log food items by speaking into the app. Through the Track Pro Coach Portal ($5.99 per month), you can share your food log with your trainer or nutritionist.

Free for iOS and Android.

When that creamy fettuccine or chocolate-chip cookie is calling your name, Rise can take you back from the brink of temptation. The app matches you with a registered dietician for personalized coaching and daily support, advice, and encouragement. Just snap photos of your meals and snacks for your dietician to review and share specific feedback. You can also discuss your exercise routine and any other weight-loss challenges. The one catch: A monthly subscription starts at $49. But it could be worth the investment, because it's like having a science expert and personal coach with you at all times. While many apps have you talking to people they call 'coaches' or 'nutritionists,' Rise you get real-time access to an actual registered dietician.