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54 tools tagged "food"

TallyZoo

TallyZoo is an easy way to collect data about yourself. You can track any type of data using their mobile phone or web site. You can view your data using their interactive graphs to spot trends and patterns. They also have dashboards, so you can organize your visualizations to what is the most important to you. You can also share your data or keep it private.

URL: http://tallyzoo.com/

Tags: Android, fitness, food, goals, health, iPhone, mood, productivity, web app
Price: free
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MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal is a health and fitness community with easy to use tools to track your nutritional intake and exercise levels. Our active community offers much needed motivation and support and best of all it's 100% free.

URL: www.myfitnesspal.com

Tags: Android, fitness, food, goals, health, iPhone, lifelogging, social
Price: free
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80 Bites

80 Bites is an iPhone app based on the science of conscious eating. Research shows that 80 bites per day is all our bodies need to feel full. Over-eating not only causes our stomachs to stretch (resulting in increased hunger), but it's a strain on our environment as well. 80 Bites gives you the tools to monitor the number of bites you take each day. Eventually, your body adjusts and eating consciously becomes effortless. 80 Bites is the perfect tool for raising awareness about how much we are actually consuming and helping us make incremental steps towards change.

URL: 80bitesapp.com

Tags: fitness, food, health, iPhone
Price: $1-10
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Lose It!

Lose It! is an online and iPhone app that allows users to track food and exercise in an effort to lose weight. Users can share progress with and provide encouragement to friends. Lose It! allows users to create custom goals and plans and to make progress reports. From Lose It!: The average Lose It! user loses 12.3lbs. 86% of active users have lost weight. 96& of users who use the product for 4 weeks lose weight.

URL: loseit.com

Tags: fitness, food, iPhone, web app
Price: free
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DailyBurn

DailyBurn is a web site where you can track your body information (weight, body fat percentage), workouts, nutrition, and challenges completed. Collecting data is done on the web site or using their mobile app available on iPhone or Android. DailyBurn has databases of many exercises and different kinds of food, which so that calories expended and consumed can be easily computed. The web site and the mobile apps have visualizations, so you can review your progress. You can also set goals to motivate you to become more active or lose weight.

URL: http://dailyburn.com/

Tags: Android, fitness, food, health, iPhone
Price: free
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Quantter

Quantter is a web site where you can track your daily activities using Twitter. The Quantter format (or Quantt) looks like this: #activity:numberunit. For example, if you want to post how much you ran, you post to Twitter: #run:5km. You can also post on the web site. You can also share your goals on Twitter, so others could cheer you on. The web site has lists of your Quantts and you can compare yourself with others. When you reach goals on Quantter, you get badgets similar to Foursquare.

URL: http://www.quantter.com/

Tags: fitness, food, goals, lifestyle
Price: free
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Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program. As such, you can use Excel to record various information about yourself. One way is to record your data by date. First, you make a column representing dates and another column for the data that you want to track (e.g., steps). Every day, you fill in a row with the date and how many steps you took for that date. When you have several weeks of data, you can use Excel to generate graphs of your step counts over time.

URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/

Tags: energy, fitness, food, goals, health, lifelogging, money, productivity, sleep
Price: $100+
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42Goals

42Goals is a flexible goal tracking web app which allows users to track, chart, annotate and evaluate many different goals in one place. Goals can be tracked by numeric, counter, Boolean, manually entered time or premium stopwatch counters. Users can evaluate goals using different mathematical functions such as summation, average, maximum or minimum values. The tool has a free demo mode and a premium monthly subscription option which opens up upgraded features.

URL: http://42goals.com/

Tags: relationships, productivity, social, mood, money, goals, food, sleep, web app
Price: $1-10, free
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FatSecret

FatSecret ("All things food and diet") is an online community for people interested in food and diet. Once a user completes the free signup, he or she can record food, weight and exercise, add and search recipes, add friends, join a group challenge, and create a journal.

URL: fatsecret.com

Tags: fitness, food, social, web app
Price: free
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Omron full-body composition monitor HBF-516B

"The HBF-516B provides Full Body Sensing - a comprehensive understanding of your body composition to help you reach your fitness goals. Full body sensing is more accurate than measuring with feet alone. Easy to use, the HBF-516B measures 7 fitness indicators including body fat, visceral fat, BMI, skeletal muscle, resting metabolism, body age and body weight." Also available on Amazon.com.

URL: http://www.omronhealthcare.com/products/hbf-516b/

Tags: fitness, food, gadget, health
Price: $50-100
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104 members tagged "food"

Gary Wolf

I'm the editor of the guide. We are just getting started, and I look forward to your help and comments.

Tags: mood, health, learning, productivity, lifelogging, fitness, food
Berkeley, California, United States


Eri Geometry

founder of BioCurious, a hackerspace for bio, and community manager of Genomera, an Open Health Studies platform that's rocking the Health 2.0 community QS review guide and blogger for #QS2011. starting QS offshoot meetup soon and organizing July meetup

Tags: medicine, health, Android, gadget, fitness, food, social, sleep
Mountain View, California, United States


John Amschler

Hi I'm a Wireless Technology Designer who likes to make great technology useful for everyone! I track Sleep, Activity, Weight, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate Variability, Location, Computer time and other data using Zeo, BodyMedia Fit, Digifit, Withings, Pol

Tags: fitness, food, lifelogging, lifestyle, mood, money, sleep, location, health, iPhone, energy, relationships, productivity, gadget
San Diego, California, United States


Dan Dascalescu

CTO Blueseed, the first startup community on a cruise ship, in international waters outside US jurisdiction, 30 minutes by ferry from Silicon Valley. Tracking body composition, exercise, food intake, sleep.

Tags: Android, fitness, productivity, sleep, learning, food, health, gadget, web app, social, lifestyle, relationships
Silicon Valley, California, United States


David wamsley

Hello, I'm David, the CEO of GravityEight; the first centralized platform for tracking all aspects of your life. I use the Withings Wireless Scale, ZEO Sleep Machine, Nike Plus, the Garmin GPS Watch, FitBit, MedHelp and many more...

Tags: API, health, goals, relationships, sleep, fitness, learning, mood, food, lifelogging, social, gadget, lifestyle, money
Marin, California, United States


Emmanuel Gadenne

@QSParis cofunder : 1st french spoken QS meetup group ! Web & collaborative solutions manager @ Sopra Consulting. Talk to me > @egadenne

Tags: goals, location, relationships, sleep, iPhone, web app, mood, fitness, lifestyle, lifelogging, social, learning, API, health, medicine, food, productivity, Android, energy, money, gadget
Paris, France, United States


Christopher Hamersley

Tags: Android, health, sleep, fitness, learning, lifelogging, food, gadget, productivity
Vancouver, British Columbia, United States


Nick Such

Tags: sleep, food, fitness, goals
Los Angeles, California, United States


Janet Chang

Tags: Android, health, goals, relationships, medicine, sleep, energy, money, fitness, learning, food, lifelogging, lifestyle, productivity
San Francisco Bay Area, California, United States


Bob Lew

Tags: fitness, health, medicine, sleep, gadget, location, iPhone, food, learning, lifestyle, productivity
Honolulu, HI, United States


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