Nutrition tracking?

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9 Posts
Feb 2, 2015 6:23pm
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I'm entering my food within the s health app but coming from fitbit I find the lack of nutritional information disappointing.
Does anyone know of any integrated alternatives or if I'm just missing how to get to the details?

02 Feb
My fitness pal have heard good things about it give it a try
02 Feb
My S Health gives me at least fat, carbs and protein - and I'm fine with that
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32 Posts
Feb 2, 2015 6:39pm
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I agree my fitness pal is great.

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214 Posts
Feb 2, 2015 6:55pm
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I'm using MyFitnessPal too! Recommended :)

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821 Posts
Feb 2, 2015 7:55pm
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I've been using sparkpeople. I think the food logging is way better than s health.

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2 Posts
Feb 2, 2015 9:14pm
via iOS
Does anyone have any good links for meal planning?
03 Feb
Choosemyplate.gov (i think, Google can find it)
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9 Posts
Feb 3, 2015 3:36am
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Where do you see that detail within s health? I haven't found it...

03 Feb
Weird...I see it in every food detail I choose. Like when I search for some food, then select it and then, right where I select the size of the portion or gram, the detail is there below the overall calories. You also see it in the list of the food of each meal (breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks) and then again at the summary of each day, just below the calories circle. Maybe this is about version? I got 3.5.5.0036
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9 Posts
Feb 3, 2015 3:38am
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Is it integrated with s health?

03 Feb
No, my fitness pal does not link with shealth. It does link with fitbit. Those of us who use those two apps enter the exercise name, time, and calories burned for our exercises on workout trainer into mfp, where it syncs with fitbit if those two accounts are linked. I decided to think of it as a new hobby instead of getting frustrated. :-)
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9 Posts
Feb 4, 2015 1:50am
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No, I was looking for the summary details of the day or meal rather than the individual food. The reporting and overview features provided in s health is really lacking and so far just requires too many add ons and additional apps.

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52 Posts
Feb 4, 2015 2:46am
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Take a look at the loseit, fitbit,  and Myfitnesspal apps. They may provide you the data readouts you want.

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269 Posts
Feb 4, 2015 4:53am
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I love My Fitness Pal! It has a good list of food, let's you scan barcodes and also put in your own recipe if it's something you make often. All the information you would find on the box is on the app and it shows you a breakdown of the day with protein fats and carbs. It's a good one and I love it over Lose it.
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9 Posts
Feb 4, 2015 5:22am
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Thanks. I've used fitbit since it was released but I was really hoping for a single health suite. Maybe in time...

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3 Posts
Feb 4, 2015 5:28am
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Recipes&nutrition is a good meal helper. Diet helper

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