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Olivia_WebMD_Staff posted:
The WebMD Food & Fitness Planner will be down for routine maintenance this evening (Tues., Aug. 28) from 8:30PM to 1:30AM EST.

Here are some other tools you may be interested in during this time:Food-o-Meter (http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthtool-food-calorie-counter ) - Find nutritional facts for thousands of foods and beverages.

Fit-o-Meter (http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthtool-fitness-calorie-counter ) - Discover calories burned for hundreds of popular activities, exercises, & sports.
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JKhealth responded:
Thanks for the heads-up on how long the Planner is down.

I checked out the Food-o-meter, and I don't like it as well as the Calorie Count website, which gives you the exact ounces and grams of what a "serving" is. Without that, I really don't see the point. It's way too easy to underestimate your calorie intake. So I measure everything either on a food scale or a measuring cup/measuring spoon of some sort.

After I've reached my goal weight and maintained it for three years, then maybe I'll be happy estimating my daily calories intake.
 
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to JKhealth's response:
JKhealth - thanks for the feedback! We're always interested in user experiences.

I love your positive outlook about reaching your goal weight and maintaining a healthy body!

Haylen
 
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lightshout replied to Haylen_WebMD_Staff's response:
Is the Planner also down? I can't seem to place my goals.

Thanks.


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