Free Online Calorie Counter & Calorie Tracker
Search FitWatch's free online calorie counter for your favorite foods. You'll get not only the number of calories for the foods you eat, but the complete nutrition facts: carb, protein and fat grams, plus vitamins and minerals
Search for Food by KeywordInfo Source: USDA's food database as well as foods entered by FitWatch calorie tracker users.
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How Many Calories Do You Need to Eat to Lose Weight?
You want to eat fewer calories than you burn in a day. This way, your body burns energy from your fat stores.
Use this Calorie Deficit calculator to figure out how many calories to eat in a day.
Track Your Calories to Know How Many Calories You Eat In a Day
Losing weight and getting fit with the FitWatch Calorie Tracker is a simple three-step process. Set your goals, count your calories and track your progress.
|1. Set Your Goals|
|Set All Kinds of Goals
Set your daily calorie goal, plus carb, fat and protein goals! Get faster results by setting short- and long-term weight loss goals! Set body fat percentage goals, too!
2. Count Your Calories
|Count the Calories You Eat
Track your calories, carbs, protein, fat and more! Everything is automatically calculated for you!
|Count the Calories You Burn
Know how many calories you burn in a day. See right away how it compares to the calories you're eating!
3. Track Your Progress
|Track Your Stats
Track your weight and measurements to see how well you're doing. Track your body fat percentage to make sure you're burning fat!
|Easy-to-Read Reports & Charts
Daily, weekly and monthly reports let you know how you're doing; spot bad habits and nip them in the bud!
7 Steps to Lose Weight By Counting Calories
1) Calculate Your Calorie Deficit
Calculate your calorie deficit goal using the calculator at the top of the page. Your calorie deficit goals is the amount of food to eat each day to lose weight. It's calculated by using your BMR and activity level, and then subtracting a reasonable amount of calories to lose weight.
As a general rule of them, women should never go lower than 1200 calories a day; for men, not lower than 1800 calories a day.
2) Track Your Food Daily
Track the food you eat with FitWatch's free online calorie counter.
Or search for the calorie count of the foods and record the numbers on this printable food diary.
3) Compare the Numbers
Compare your total daily calories eaten against your calorie deficit goal. Check whether you're eating more or less than your calorie deficit goal.
4) Make Changes and Adjustments
5) Exercise Daily to Burn More Calories
6) Track Your Progress
Track your progress and adjust when necessary, either lowering your goal or exercising more.
7) Listen to your body.
You should feel full of energy when losing weight. You shouldn't feel light-headed or tired. These may be signs you're not eating enough or over-exercising.
Learn more about how to count calories with this free, online calorie counting boot camp created by an ACE-certified Health Coach.
LEARN MORE - Free 28 Day Calorie Counting Bootcamp
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