Calorie Counters & Nutritional Values

The quickest way to find out what's good and bad about the foods you eat - this site will knock your socks off!
Ronald B. Johnson, engineer, inventor and entrepreneur, is apparently as worried and dismayed as I am about the the average American diet, and this is his contribution.  Read his biography, then visit  NutritionData and use the great tools they offer.  Keep your own "Pantry" of items you choose.   You can even use kilojoules instead of calories, if you are from a part of the world that utilizes this measurement!
  • The USDA has a searchable database that will provide you with the nutritional value of nearly every food you could think of.   Just enter a food, select from the form of that food from a wide menu, indicate the amount you wish to have analyzed, and you'll get more data than you know what to do with!

  • Fitness & Freebies -  This site has fantastic info & articles on calorie counters, healthy recipes, dieting and fitness tips, and recipes and ideas for special needs diets.  Don't miss this one, it's a healthy wonder!

  • Are you overweight?  Obese?   Underweight or just right?  Here's an excellent Body Mass Index calculator which gives an analysis and percentile compared to others, with recommendations and risks as well.   Give it a try.

  • Estimate your daily calorie intake; offered by the Popcorn Board.


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