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Any web site that totals a recipe's calories?

Posted by marie26 (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 23, 06 at 23:53

I am new to this site and am hoping someone can direct me to a website where I can put in the ingredients of a recipe and get a total number of calories per serving.

This would enable me to figure out which recipes are healthier versus which ones to stay away from.


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RE: Any web site that totals a recipe's calories?

I've been using SparkPeople to track calories. I think they might have a place where you can total recipes.
http://www.sparkpeople.com


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RE: Any web site that totals a recipe's calories?

You can go to Dietpower.com and there is a terrific program they sell that can calculate recipes and they have like 30,000 food in there database. and most of the fastfoods too. i believe the program is $ 49.00 however you can get a trail for 15 days and they get another one for additional 15 days.

I have used this program off and on for over 2 years and when i do i follow regualrly i have lost 10 - 20 ponds

Here is a link that might be useful: www.dietpower.com


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RE: Any web site that totals a recipe's calories?

Weight Watchers etools has a recipe builder.


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RE: Any web site that totals a recipe's calories?

I know a great one--www. nutritiondata.com and it is free. It allows you to analyse any recipe, menu, or single food. Also has info on various prepared foods. Good luck!


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RE: Any web site that totals a recipe's calories?

I like www.nutritiondata.com, too for looking up nutritional values and analyzing recipes. Even though I belong to **another** fee-based eDiet website, I still think nutritiondata.com is a fantastic resource.


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