Keeping Up with Daily Calories

September 17, 2009

If you figure out approximately how many calories you need on a daily basis (to do this, see Estimating Daily Caloric Needs), then the next step is keeping track of your calories on a daily basis so that you know whether or not you are above or below your daily target.  A cool site that can help you do that is this:  Check it out.  It’s good.

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21 Responses to “Keeping Up with Daily Calories”

  1. I’ll check it out when I get a spare moment. Thanks man!


  2. Kate McKeon says:

    Another good site that includes workouts is crossfit. They have local gyms and focus on some pretty intense training.

    Expanding spheres of influence, Kate

  3. Katie says:

    Hey Jennifer, you start where you start. You’ll get there!

    Learning about detox, Katie

  4. is a very helpful site. Thanks for the tip.

  5. You have sparked my interest since my weight loss since having the baby has plateaued. I will go over to that site but I might be cursing you out later! 🙂

    Jen Battaglino

    The Harwood Center – Tinnitus, Chronic Illness, Fears, and Anxiety

  6. I am curious as to how many calories I actually take in. I don’t eat large meals, but I have a real sweet tooth!

    Lisa McLellan
    Babysitting Services – Babysitters and Nannies

  7. Vicki says:

    Since I started this IMAW course I’m thinking I don’t have to worry too much about my in take of calories. Once it over though look out!

  8. Terry says:

    That’s great!
    Thanks for the link.


  9. Lynn Lane says:

    Thanks for the new resources I can use.
    Lynn Lane

    Success Strategies For Life

  10. Great this will help me stay in shape

    Jose Escalante

  11. John Ho says:

    Numberwise, losing weight is as simple as making sure your calorie input is LESS THAN your calorie output.

    John Ho
    Numerology Expert Birthday Numeroscope

  12. I understand the idea of calories, but are all calories equal? By that I don’t mean calorie by definition, but by the way are body converts calories. Is the calories in bread converted differently than calories in meat?

    Robert Martin

  13. Scott Payne says:

    How cool … My Iphone has a cool app I use… Great Info

  14. Thanks for the lead on . It’s an interesting site.

  15. Rob Northrup says:

    Thanks a lot Darryl. I carry a small memo pad with me and I write down everything before I eat it. This site will be a great place to track the daily numbers…

    Seize the Day,
    Emergency Preparedness For the 21st Century Family

  16. Keri Eagan says:

    Thanks for the site. Tracking calories can be tedious.

    Keri Eagan
    Anything Alternative

  17. Kate McKeon says:

    It’s daunting to estimate your actual caloric need, but the only way to take control of your diet. Thanks Darryl.

    Pushing companies from good to great, Kate

  18. I LOVE that tool! I have one at I use in conjunction with my bariatric surgery.

    thanks for all the fitness resources you provide us with. Keeping us at our (Mr.) Pace s…. 🙂

    Happy Dating and Relationships,

    April Braswell

    Single Baby Boomer Dating Success Expert

  19. I’ll check it out.

    Steve Chambers, B2B Sale Trainer



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