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BigDogT posted:
I have found the Personal WebMD Food & Fitness Planner.http://www.webmd.com/diet/food-fitness-planner-calculator and while I like the concept, I do not like that it seems not to have a memory. Am I missing something? Apparently I must print the page out and save it. Is there a tool that does the same thing, that is calculate my caloric intake and my calories burned by exercise, but then save it so I can review a weeks worth at a time? If not, does the tool exist outside of WebMD? Thank you for your help.

Doug
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jis4judy responded:
Yes Doug it is called fitday.com it is free with total your caloreis you can do more there to monitor your nutrition and set goals / it will keep you info and give you averages over 2 months time \\

http://www.fitday.com/
Hugs Judy:)
 
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Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
It's just a planner at this point, not a journaling tool. Those improvements are planned in a future upgrade of the prodcut.

The only way to save is to use the print function and keep a binder with each day.

Many members use fitday.com for journaling.


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