“FitDay is a free and private web site designed to help you track and analyze the important aspects of your diet and fitness. Your personal FitDay account serves as a diet & Exercise journal. You can track the foods you eat and the exercises you do on a daily basis. Based on your journal entries, FitDay analyzes your diet, exercise, and weight to generate graphic reports.”

 This Diet Planner is sponsored by Ladies Home Journal ( The Diet Planner lets you “set your weight loss and exercise goals, track your intake and chart your progress.” In addition, supportive e-mail will be sent to you on a weekly basis. No calorie counting is required.

“The Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion is the focal point within the USDA where scientific research is linked with the nutritional needs of the American public. This site includes “The Interactive Health Eating Index (IHEI),” an online dietary assessment tool that includes nutrition messages. After providing a day’s worth of dietary information, you will receive a “score” on the overall quality of your diet for that day. This “score” looks at the types and amounts of food you ate as compared to those recommended by the Food Guide Pyramid. It also tells you how much total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium you have in your diet. Also included are recipes and tips for healthy, thrifty meals.”

“Provides diet analysis and informs about sports nutrition, diet news, and nutrition facts with the goal of positively impacting nutritional status. DietSite also provides Online Interactive Tools to help individuals to lose weight responsibly. These tools include Online Diet Analysis, Recipe Analysis and other Weight Management Tools.


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