Food diary/activity log applications

Map My Fitness – Web/iPhone/Android/BlackBerry (Twitter: @mapmyfitness)

My Fitness Pal – Web/iPhone/Android (Twitter: @MyFitnessPal)

Lose It! – iPhone (Twitter: @loseitapp)

The Daily Plate ( – Web/Blackberry/iPhone/iPad (Twitter: @Livestrong_Com)


Nutrition Data – Know what you’re eating. Don’t know the nutrition information? You can probably find it on this site – or something very close. (Twitter: @nutritiondata)

Weight Wise Community Toronto – Information, motivation and support for lifestyle change. (Twitter: @AnnaKozina)

Naturally Knocked Up – Increasing the odds of conception through natural living and nourishing foods. (Twitter: @Donielle)

The Glycemic Index – Official Website of the Glycemic Index and GI database – an invaluable resource for finding Low-GI foods or determining the GI of a food.


Nutrition Diva – Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous (Twitter: @NutritionDiva)

2 Responses to Resources

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