I have used webmd in the past and it was decent. It has the stats on natural foods too.
I’m looking for a recommendation for a food tracking app, either on mobile (IOS) or PC. Though I’m confident I eat healthily and my weight is stable, I’d like more detail about what proportion of my calories come from fats vs. protein vs. carbs.
I have a Jawbone Up Band which I use for tracking resting HR and sleep (but not training). Though it allows you to track what you eat, it seems oriented toward processed rather than natural food which makes it all but useless. It’s easy enough to put in your homemade meal if it only has a few ingredients but not if it has many. Using store-bought items as proxies just doesn’t work – e.g. earlier in the week, I had a homemade soup which I knew had 0.9g of sodium but a proxy in the app said I had over 5g of sodium!
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