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July 12, 2007

The "Foods Database" helps you Digest what you Eat

Foods_database I just found this incredible valuable resource. I am still playing with it, but I wanted to share it with you, because it looks like it will be a winner. Not only because it is well organized and all tools available are for free, but also because it’s all about food, health, dieting, exercise and community.

Among the tools you can find a food log, a food calendar a weight log, nutrition fact labels and other food and exercise related tools.

What I like most so far is the ease of use, and the simple clean web 2.0 design. Check it out! (www.foodsdatabase.com)

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Meghan

Oooh, I like the food database site, except for one tiny little thing... about 8 million ads in my way! Otherwise, I think it's a great find. I definitely like the pantry feature. I may have to switch from fitday.

TheMorbidMe

I totally agree with you... I would be one of those who would pay a little to have no ads, since this service is worth paying for... but it looks like their business model will be never to charge... but again, "never say never!"
- TM

Kimberly

You may also want to check out www.sparkpeople.com, I'd been on the Biggest Loser site and found out about Sparkpeople; basically I traded up from a Neon to an Escalade functionality-wise, and its also free.

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