I need more calcium in order to continue to kick ass, and I need to lower my blood sugar, apparently because I'm too sweet.
For the calcium - that's easy: take a pill. Oh, and cheese. Bonus points on eating more cheese.
|This is what Heaven looks like. Really.|
No, it's MyFitnessPal, a free online tool that can help you set goals, track what you eat and it's nutritional content (they have a huge database so you can load your daily food with some ease and accuracy), log your exercise routine, and your water by the glassful. There is a premium service, but the basic service is pretty flexible and easy to use. I only wish I could take the data and graph it somehow - the printed reports are just pdfs by day, so it's hard to see what you did this week, or over the past month, in terms of making progress.
|Yes, I had an 812 calorie breakfast. Back off.|
OK so they obviously need a librarian to re-set the data - Ken's Steakhouse Lite Northern Italian Salad Dressing is in there about 20 times scrambled up in a 20 different ways, including spellliing misteaks. So, even if you've added it in your Food Diary (the program will let you re-use the entry without having to search for it every time) it can be hard to find later. Salad Dressing, Italian, Northern Italian, Lite, Ken's Steakhouse, in that order. Yes, OK, my cover is blown: I'm a librarian by day - by the power of Zeus this organizing thing is a curse!!! But the nutritional content seems accurate - just watch for the "homemade" entries, which likely won't have much behind them except calories.
|Yeah, well, maybe not. (:|
OK so the wine is going to be a problem. I'm working on that.
Zena, Goddess of Fire
P.S. The database even had Mysore Dosa. Is that not amazing???