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Old 01-21-2012, 09:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default New Calorie and Nutrition Tracker App - TrackNSlim. Please check it out!

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I would like to introduce my newly released app TrackNSlim - the easier calorie tracker for the slimmer new you. Keep your New Year's resolution to lose weight moving forward with TrackNSlim.

TrackNSlim helps you live a healthier lifestyle and reach your target weight by instantly charting your nutritional information…on the go!

You’ll quickly see progress bars showing how you’re doing today, whether you’re counting calories, carbs, protein, fat, or those nagging numbers like cholesterol and sodium.

More than just calories are tracked... includes fat, protein, carbs, fiber, sugar, cholesterol, sodium, along with Vitamin A, C, iron and calcium.

The food database is internal to the app so there is no need for a wireless connection. All the major fast food menus are included too!

Track it easy, slim it fast, with TrackNSlim’s robust features:

Enter your food intake daily with TrackNSlim's easy to use interface.
At-a-glance progress bars: green means go; red means you’ve passed your target.
Enter your weight; chart your progress vs. goals. Track—then slim!
Displays complete nutritional information: calories, carbs, fats, proteins, and more.
Need more protein? Pie charts display diet breakdown by food category percentages.
Displays today’s foods and nutritional info, plus stores history to track past progress.
Thousands of foods in the database, including fast-food restaurant menus. No online connection necessary.
Add custom foods; mark favorite foods for even easier access.
Share the TrackNSlim love—this app tracks more than one user.

For more detail and screenshots visit our website at www . tracknslim . com or purchase TrackNSlim at AppWorld.

I would welcome some good reviews, feedback, and suggestions for improvement. Also, I would like to hear suggestions for adding missing food items of things you regularly eat that aren't in the database.

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