MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter MODDED

Track food and reach weight loss goals. Like a nutrition coach in your pocket.
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MyFitnessPal gives you access to the biggest food database available with accurate nutrition facts for over 14 million foods.Easily log everything you eat to your food diary for detailed insights about your nutrition. It’s a free nutrition tracker, calorie tracker, and macro tracker in one!

And with an engaged online community of 200 million members, you’ll find endless inspiration and advice as you strive to find your healthy—whether you want to lose weight, improve fitness, change your diet, optimize macros, or keep your nutrition & calories on track.

MyFitnessPal isn’t just a meal tracker—or for counting calories. You’ll learn about your habits… get empowered to make smarter choices… and find the motivation to get healthy, stay healthy, and conquer all your goals.

Download and start your free 30-day Premium trial to gain access to exclusive food and fitness logging tools and expert guidance!

Discover why MyFitnessPal is the #1 Diet and Nutrition App in the U.S., a GQ 2020 Fitness Awards “Best Fitness App”, and has been a featured weight loss app in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, the Today Show, and U.S. News & World Report.


Being a MyFitnessPal member is like having a dietitian, trainer, and coach at your fingertips.

■ Log Food & Activity – Keeping a fitness and food log is one of the most effective ways to lose weight.
■ Set Goals – Customize your personal weight loss, weight gain, weight maintenance & fitness goals.
■ Track Your Progress – See today’s progress at a glance, or analyze nutrition & calories in detail.
■ Learn From Experts – Hit your goals faster with guided Meal Plans from a registered dietitian.
■ Stay Inspired – 250+ healthy recipes and 150+ workouts keep routines fresh and fun.

And so much more!


■ Biggest Food Database – Log to your food diary from over 14 million items.
■ Fast & Easy Logging Tools – Type to search, add to your food log from history, or scan a barcode.
■ Calorie Tracker – Makes counting calories easy! Automatically calculate calories and follow your progress.
■ Macro Tracker – Automatic macro calculator shows carbs, fat & protein breakdown by gram or %. No need for a separate carb manager or protein tracker.
■ Custom Carb Counter Tools – Choose dashboards and settings to track your low-carb diet.
■ Nutrition Insights – Analyze nutrition intake and see how foods compare by calories and macros.
■ Custom Goals – Track calories by meal or day and set up nutrient and macro goals.
■ Personalized Dashboards – Choose from a calorie tracker or macro tracker, or pick your own nutrition stats.
■ Net Carbs Mode – Need a precision carb counter? Simplify your low carb diet: View net carbs instead of total carbs.
■ Connect 50+ Apps & Devices – Track activity from your Wear OS, Fitbit, and other smartwatch and fitness apps.
■ Track With Wear OS – View calories, macros, and water intake on your watch face.

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Whether you want to log your lowest weight in years, your first run in weeks, or your heart healthy afternoon snack, we know you count on MyFitnessPal to be working smoothly.

We hope you enjoy and happy tracking!


4 comentarios en "MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter MODDED"

  1. Pedro Gelabert dice:

    The app is OK, at best. It is frustrating to log into it on a new device. For some reason it crashes continually, it freezes, and it is an overall pain. After a while it stabilizes, but it is useless until that happens. It does have the largest database of foods, both by bar codes and from restaurants. But it doesn’t always work right. Always issues syncing with Samsung health and other platforms. Is it worth all the trouble? I think not at times. The developers have not been able, after all these years, to offer a stable and clean platform.

  2. Mike Thielker dice:

    The first year was great; much better than WW, plus it’s free. I then decided to start using the step tracking, but integration with Google Fit and Samsung Health had been broken for 6 months. Step tracking is finally fixed (6 months later), but it would still be nice to have a manual step tracking option. Now, the app isn’t synching. I re-entered everything on the website and tried re-installing, but no luck. I’m now stuck using the website which is clunky and doesn’t have the barcode scanner.

  3. Danielle D. Davis dice:

    Useful for what my goals are. It is slighlty annoying to have to close out the subscription screen every time it opens, but not enough to make me stop using it. My goals are fairly average so I don’t feel like I need the subscription. The database has most all the foods in our diet, if it doesn’t I can find something close enough. All in all, I would (and have) recommended this app. We also like it because it syncs with our Garmin fitness watches.

  4. Randall Kooistra dice:

    generally, it works ok and it’s got a huge database of foods which is largely accurate, but still requires a good amount of need for the user to QA the data because while it’s largely accurate, there are still plenty of incorrect entries. The site also experiences far too many issues where it throws up an error of “too many users, try again some other time”, particularly in recipe creation (the most time-consuming aspect of the site). very frustrating to create a recipe and have it not save 20% of the time. Hard to recommend, but depends on what you need it for, it’s not great, it’s not bad. it does have several very handy features – upc scanning, recipe imports – but there is a ton of room for performance improvement.

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