Top 5 nutritional calculators YOU NEED!

My top 5 nutritional calculators

Nutrition calculators have never been more popular, from the everyday person looking to just eat healthy to the athlete looking track specific calories and macro nutrients these calculators are very useful tools. So browsing the web I have found my top 5 most useful calculators to cater to everyone.

If you’re looking to find out the calories for foods check out nutracheck, they have info for over 16000 foods, simply type the food type you’re wanting to check in the box and press search.

This is a good one especially for fast foods, they have calorie checks for all the big chain fast food places including McDonalds and subway. They also have info on things like coffee and alcoholic drinks.

Probably the easiest nutrition calculator to use is weight loss resources, all the info is on the front page all you need to do is just scroll down the various food groups and find what you’re looking for, they have everything from Chinese food, to fruit to chocolate and sweets.

If you’re looking for something a bit more in depth and a place you can save and track your daily calories and workout out percentages of macro nutrients then my fitness pal is the one for you. Once you have signed up you can type in exactly what you’re eating on a daily basis and it will work out you’re daily calories and macro nutrient breakdown for you. It also gives you the option to save food and the amounts you normally intake. You can also download the app to use on the go.

If you’re looking for a bit more info on what a certain food contains, i.e. vitamin and mineral content and what they do for you then the diet section on the web md site is a handy option. There are also other articles on there related to healthy foods, metabolism and recipes. Simply click the link below and either brows the page or enter what you’re looking for in the search bar at the top.

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Since the age of 7 when I first stepped foot on a rugby pitch, sport and fitness has been a major part of my life. I went on to play a decent standard of ruby which entailed a lot of different styles of training, on and off the pitch. The importance of fitness was further distilled in me when I joined the Army at the age of 16. The Army’s way of physically training it’s soldiers is very different from civilian PT, you are taught to dig deep and find the courage to never give up no matter how hard the exercise, and you must be seen to be giving 100% effort at all times. I loved the Army’s mentality towards training so I became an Army Physical Training Instructor (PTI). I was fortunate enough to be posted into the gym and my main focus was on preparing soldier’s physically for over sea’s operations. I have lifted weights now for around 8 years, I would say I have been seriously bodybuilding for maybe 2 years. When I left the army and started training at Maxxmuscle gym, home of IFBB Pro Anth Bailes, is when I started bodybuilding. Just talking to the guy makes you want to get on stage and he is defiantly a great ambassador for the sport. The army has always taught me that, to progress you need to have short and long term goals, discipline, and a passion for something. My passion is now the health, fitness and anything associated with them. I love training every single day, I love keeping track of my nutrition every single day, and I love helping people out with less knowledge than myself because I was once in their shoes. After competing in 2014 I became part of the monster supplements team. I consider this a massive privilege to have their backing during my 2015 offseason and further competitions to come.
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