WebMD Food and Fitness Calendar
Caprice_WebMD_Staff posted:
Let us know what you think of this new WebMD planner. Your Plan Will Enable You To
  • Set your personal weight goals and WebMD will calculate calorie recommendations on how to achieve them.
  • Discover calories and nutrition facts for 1000's of foods and beverages or create your own, all of which you can log to a meal time.
  • Choose from 100's of popular activities or add your own to create custom workouts.
  • Track your calories and view your progress to stay on track.
  • Monitor your nutrient intake with our saturated fat, fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrate, fiber, sugar, and protein trackers.
  • View progress reports to see how your weight has changed over time.
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betaquartz responded:
At this point I think it still needs some work. Food log I would not use, but when I went to put in "walking on a treadmill at 3.8 mph for 45 minutes" it could not find walking on a treadmill! I'll pass on the tool for now. I don't think most of this type of program would cover my activities too well. Thanks anyway.
Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to betaquartz's response:
Thanks for the feedback, Betaquartz, I've passed it on. :-)
laura2gemini2 replied to betaquartz's response:
I think treadmill was under conditioning. I found it by putting in "conditioning, treadmill" then it gives me the options of very light to very heavy exercise. I did the same thing for elliptical and stationary bike.
laura2gemini2 replied to laura2gemini2's response:
ETA: it's the same thing with food too. I had baked chicken breasts, and I had to put it in like "chicken, breast, roasted w/o skin" or just "chicken, breast" and look for my cooking style
betaquartz replied to laura2gemini2's response:
Guess I just wasn't able to find the link in the proper order. At the same time, I am not a neophyte at the web, so. . . why did I have a hard time finding the link? I am still looking for a site that lets me plan my total gym workouts better, but can't.
Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to betaquartz's response:
Thanks Laura!

I still think your feedback was/is valuable, Betaquartz. Yours and others have been passed on. People do need to easily find what they need in order for such a tool to be useful. :-)