a Calorie Counter allows you to search the USDA food nutrition database in the quickest and easiest format it has ever been made available in. A search of any food will bring up the full nutrition facts for that food such as calories, protein, carbs, fat, sugar, cholesterol, sodium, vitamins, and MUCH more.
Just search a Calorie Counter for a food and see its full nutritional content... for free. Simple enough.
Of course, some people may be wondering what the purpose of a Calorie Counter is. Why exactly would you want to see your food's nutrition facts? Why would anyone want to count calories? Well, I'll tell you why. People count calories and pay attention to the nutrition facts of foods because they care about their diet, their weight, their body and their health. That's why.
See, the single most important factor in getting your weight to do exactly what you want it to do is calorie intake. Not fat, not carbs, not certain foods. It's calories. Whether your goal is weight loss, weight gain or just maintaining your current weight, the one factor playing the biggest role in making this happen is the number of calories you are eating. This isn't an opinion or a diet fad. This is the proven science of the human body.
Counting calories is the expert-recommended key to controlling your weight, and a Calorie Counter gives you all of the information you'll need to do just that.
What's that? You're not interested in your weight? OK then, how about your health? Just how healthy (or unhealthy) is your diet? I only ask because, after genetics, the foods you eat and don't eat play quite possibly the largest role in your health. For example, how's your fat intake? Is it high in the unhealthy fats that CAUSE heart disease, or is it low in the healthy fats that PREVENT it? What about your protein and carb intake? And cholesterol and sodium? And fiber, vitamins, and minerals? Are you eating the healthy foods that contain what your body needs, or are you eating the unhealthy foods that contain the things that will only make you less healthy?
Knowing the nutrition facts of the foods you eat is the only way to ensure that you are eating a healthy diet, and a Calorie Counter gives you all of the information you'll need to do just that.
So, are you convinced that you should count calories? Are you convinced that you should pay attention to the additional nutrition facts of your food? Are you convinced that doing so is the key to not only improving your weight, but improving your overall health in general?
Good. All that's left for you to do now is use a Calorie Counter to search for your food, see its full nutrition facts, and use this information to improve your diet, your weight, your body and your health... for free.