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Any Good Food Apps? Want To Track What I Eat ...

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Any Good Food Apps? Want To Track What I Eat ...

Anyone use any good Android apps for tracking what they consume? I'd like to learn more about what I eat (and when I poop!)

Thanks in advance!
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One of my co-workers is a health nut, runs triathlons and tracks his BMI to the 1/10 of percentages. He uses the Weight Watcher app.

I track how many six packs I have in the keg around my waist. LOL
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MyFitnessPal is probably the best, though it gets more and more bloated every year. They've got a really extensive food database, so you can barcode scan just about anything and it'll be in the database. Creating your own recipes (or importing a recipe) is quite easy and extremely useful. For anything that's not in the database and doesn't have a recipe (e.g. non-franchise restaurant meal), there are usually a ton of generic-ish entries that will give you a decent estimate.
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