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Date:1/25/2013

2007. However, I personally think the most valuable section of the WebMD site is the Food & Fitness planner, which has helped me lose some of the weight I gained over the holiday season.

The Food & Fitness planner has been around for a while, but it was revamped last year for a cleaner look and an easier navigation. Personally, I don't think it could be easier. Users can log what and how much they eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; either by searching for common foods in its database or by entering in their own information for certain foods. Users can save their "frequent foods" so that they are easier to find. Users can also log exercise to track fitness calories in addition to food calories.

Logging everything helps users to find patterns in their eating habits, like late-night snacking. Users can also see their macronutrients percentages (carbs, protein, and fat) so that they can actually see how many carbs they're eating. Having this information available to me drastically improved my diet, as I had no idea just how many "healthy" things still contained a lot of carbs. Logging exercise helps keep up motivation, as physically seeing the amount of calories burned on a colorful chart makes users more aware of what they are doing than if they were to just mentally keep track.

If a user so desires, he can customize a weight-loss plan based on how much he weighs, how much weight he wants to lose, his age, his gender, how active his lifestyle is, how fast he wants to lose the weight, and whether he wants to lose that weight by mostly restricting calories, by mostly increasing exercise, or a combination of both. Then, the planner estima
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