If you're one of those people who every week promise themselves to start controlling what they eat and regularly exercising to lose weight, you're likely to be familiar with calorie counting applications and how they work.
These calorie counters are all the vogue in the application world as they're designed to aid you in taking stock of how many calories you have chowed down. So, with their help you should be able to keep up with your weight loss goals and consequently keep yourself in good shape. Well, if it all sounds familiar or even remotely interesting for you, let me throw some light on some of the best apps to alleviate your calorie counting woes.
This application keeps record of your daily intake of calories, calculates your Basal Metabolic Rate and your Body Mass Index (which is done to let you adjust your appetite accordingly and get healthier by getting closer to 'normal' BMI values).
Besides, Calorie Counter provides you with a vast database of energy values for over nine thousand kinds of food, including the popular products of fast-food restaurants like McDonalds, Burger King, and Pizza Hut.
This application is also a nice way to control your weight loss progress as it allows you to generate a balanced program to reach your intended weight and always stay fit. To set up your personal plan of maintaining a perfect weight, CaloriesExpress will first help you calculate your Body Mass Index and analyze your personal information, like physical activities and eating habits. Then it will require you to input your goal weight and provide you with a diet program including a meal plan and a program calendar.
This is another application that can assist you in losing weight by following special dieting schemes based on scientific studies.
Taking into account the intensity of your exercising as well as your Body Mass Index and Basal Metabolic Rate (which Weight Loss Program will calculate), the software will identify your daily calorie requirements and offer you to keep a diet diary to count the consumed calories. I should note that although the application itself is free, you will need to install Microsoft Excel in order to use it, as Weight Loss Program itself doesn't have a graphical user interface.
Basal Metabolic Rate Calculator is not as comprehensive as its competitors. It is not designed to create diet programs for you or count your eaten calories; it's main mission is to find out your Basal Metabolic Rate, allowing you to estimate how many calories you burn while exercising or having a rest. Maybe it's not so effective for far-reaching diet plans, but as far as keeping your current weight goes, I think, it's worth giving a try.