FitDay: Custom Food Entry Trick

I’m a huge fan of FitDay.com, a free online food journal for counting calories. However, many times I’ve not been able to find a particular food I’ve eaten. FitDay allows for custom food entries but sometimes you just don’t have the package nutritionals handy.

Or maybe you aren’t sure and don’t feel like launching an Internet hunt to find out exactly what you just ate.

That’s where this little FitDay custom food entry trick comes in handy. Using the database of another site (a site I also like) you can quickly enter custom foods into FitDay and expand on their food database ten-fold.

Here’s how it’s done:

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3 Responses to "FitDay: Custom Food Entry Trick"

  1. Kelly:
    May 12, 2008 03:21 am

    Another option you might consider is using the “Add Custom to Fitday” button on DietFacts.com. It automatically adds the item for you.

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  2. Free Food Coupons:
    February 15, 2009 07:37 pm

    I love fitday.. I have a hard time remembering to keep the nutritional facts on the packaging so I've been using this trick! Thanks.

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  3. Applebees Coupons:
    July 23, 2010 06:35 am

    I am also a fan of fitday.com. Thanks for sharing this useful tricks. I tried it. Its really helpful.

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