Editors' reviewThis Internet Explorer add-on helps you track your diet and exercise regimens, although you'll have to set up a free online account to use it. Calorie-Count Toolbar for Internet Explorer will direct first-time users to Calorie-Count.com to create a free account. After inputting details such as weight, height, body type, and activity level, you'll receive personalized details that include ideal weight, BMI, target calorie intake, and weight-loss date. What's more, you'll find activity, food, and recipe databases containing detailed nutrition facts and analyses for more than 65,000 foods. A weight history chart shows your weight progression, and on the toolbar you'll find an Eat Meter that monitors your daily calorie intake. It's fairly easy to log food and exercises, and page loading showed good speed, but users who prefer Firefox or Opera are out of luck with this IE exclusive add-on. Even so, fitness enthusiasts who use Internet Explorer will find Calorie-Count Toolbar a free and simple way to manage their weight loss activities.
Toolbar which allows you to search the Calorie Count Plus databases, containing nutritional information for thousands of foods, healthy recipes and active forum posts. By creating a free account, you can have access to the Eat Meter which tracks your daily caloric intake. Define a daily limit and watch as the meter - which works like a thermometer and changes color from green to red - shows you if you are on track. In addition, you have a constant visual reminder of your current weight loss progress, notification of new site messages, quick access to hot forum topics, and more. Great for all dieters or anyone watching their waist. Version 1.3 includes unspecified updates.
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Version 1.3 includes unspecified updates.