San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 18, 2007
MyFitnessPal.com, a leading diet and health website, announced today that it would begin offering all of its services to consumers, including its fast and easy-to-use calorie counter, completely free of charge.
MyFitnessPal provides members with the tools they need to successfully take weight off – and keep it off. Study after study has confirmed the weight loss benefits of tracking the food you eat and the activity you do. After using a calorie counter, many people are surprised to learn how many calories there are in the various items in their diet. But keeping a food diary without the right tools can be tedious at best, or simply impossible at worst.
MyFitnessPal's unique system makes calorie counting fast and easy because it learns from users. We all tend to eat the same foods or perform the same exercises over time. MyFitnessPal automatically remembers your “favorite” foods and exercises and allows you to add those items to log with just a few clicks. By making calorie counting as simple and easy as possible, the MyFitnessPal calorie counter helps users to stay on track and succeed in their diet and weight loss goals.
With a 100% free membership to MyFitnessPal.com, members receive:
- The easiest to use free calorie counter on the web – Track what you eat with just a few clicks from anywhere with an internet connection – at home or at work
- A searchable database of over 7,000 foods and 300 exercises which grows daily
•Your own personal food database – add your own custom foods and recipes at any time
- Support and motivation from the MyFitnessPal community. Our discussion forums let you learn from others, share your own tips, receive and give encouragement, and make friends
- A personalized diet profile – customized to your unique weight loss goals
- Flexibility – the MyFitnessPal system can support any diet like Atkins, the South Beach Diet, the Zone, and more. No matter what diet you're on, MyFitnessPal can help
“Our users love MyFitnessPal because it teaches them how to make better food choices without being tedious or time-consuming,” explains Mike Lee, MyFitnessPal's founder. “The easier we make it for our users, the more likely they are to succeed, so that's what we focus on. And making the site completely free fits our mission of removing as many barriers as possible to living a more healthy lifestyle. “
MyFitnessPal.com is the easiest to use calorie counter on the web. With a database of over 7,000 foods and 300 exercises, MyFitnessPal members can quickly and easily track their meals and activity.
MyFitnessPal is owned and operated by LeeCommerce LLC, a private company based in San Francisco, Calif.
For more information, visit: http://www.myfitnesspal.com