Summer is already a thing of the past and we all know that with fall, postseason baseball and football come a few extra pounds (I write this as I’m watching the Yankees while eating Chips Ahoy). Optimal Health has provided a very complete (and free) application to help help you watch what you eat and meet your caloric intake to lose weight. Just take a look at it in action:
Set weight goal
Track daily caloric intake
Track daily intake against US RDA recommended values (based on Age and Gender) for:
– Total Fat (g)
– Sat Fat (g)
– Trans Fat (g)
– Cholesterol (mg)
– Sodium (mg)
– Sugar (g)
– Carbs (g)
– Fiber (g)
– Protein (g)
Favorites – Quick shortcut to your favorite food items. The more you eat of a certain type of food, the higher it shows up in the list.
Database of over 7000 foods
Ability to add custom foods.
Upcoming Releases will include:
Syncing your data with Microsoft Healthvault
Community sharing on custom foods entered by you and other HealthTracker users.
It supports VGA and QVGA resolutions (Fuze and Tilt). Pretty nice stuff. The download is available here from Optimal Health’s website.