Keep track of the foods you eat and the nutrients they contain. Quickly and easily record your meals and snacks. Summarize your intake of fats, carbohydrates, protein calories and see a running percentage of calories from fat. Access the internet directly from DietKwik for online nutritional data on thousands of foods and for technical advice on the interpretation of food nutritional labels.
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