You lose weight when you eat fewer calories than you burn. This Premium diet automatically tunes up your plan to achieve your target weight on time. It balances carbs, protein, and fat during your weight loss journey. Easy and delicious Premium Recipes help you eat healthily and stay within your budget. You will learn about better food choices, portion sizes, and eating habits for lifelong success in a healthy lifestyle.
Hundreds of easy recipes, with great variety, carefully crafted for great taste by MyNetDiary's team of Registered Dietitians. Here are a few sample recipes:
Fast barcode scanner, accurate 890,000 foods database, with detailed macros and 38 nutrients, make tracking your diet a breeze in MyNetDiary.
The app tracks calories, as well as all macros, vitamins, and minerals. You can select net carbs or protein as the second nutrient for tracking and see it throughout the app - on the Dashboard, for meals, in reports.
See where you are at a glance - your calories, macros, and nutrients. You can fully customize the Dashboard in MyNetDiary - add more nutrients to display, add more charts and diagrams.
Track blood, urine, and breath ketones. Chart ketones.
Reports and charts help you see the big picture and adjust your diet as needed.
MyNetDiary can track up to 38 nutrients, to make sure you are getting enough of important nutrients.
See macros and nutrients, along with Food Grade for your days.
Provides valuable feedback on your diet and nutrients, highlights important foods, and suggests more ideas for your diet.
Good news! You can stop guessing at how many calories you need to control your weight. When you guess at what you need, you are more likely to consume too few or too many calories, thereby preventing you from meeting your goal. That is frustrating and erodes confidence. Instead, use MyNetDiary to plan and track calories so that you meet your weight goal safely and effectively.
If you are new to logging, or have been at it for awhile, you may have wondered about the best way to measure or calculate portion size. A key aspect of tracking is accurately figuring out how much food and drink you've consumed.
You are at the grocery store staring at 100 boxes of breakfast cereal. How do you decide which one is healthier? If you have the time and interest, you might pick up several boxes and read the Nutrition Facts panel. But which nutrients are more important to pay attention to - the ones that can be harmful, the ones that are beneficial, or both?
It's all about moving! I believe that each of us, despite whatever interests or physical limitations we have, can learn to enjoy regular physical activity. The trick is to discover activities we enjoy doing, are willing to make time for, and can perform without pain or injury.