BWM diet manager

BWM diet manager 2.0

Free
BWM diet manager is a very complete app that lets you keep track of your diet.
 
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Bioweblogic Team

BWM diet manager is a very complete utility that lets you keep track of what you eat, how much you exercise and your weight over time to help you attain different dieting goals. Most of the people who start using a manager like this one have one simple goal - to lose weight. In most cases, that is easily done by creating a calorie deficit. This can be achieved by eating less, exercising more, or a combination of both. This application has all the tools that you need to track your progress.

When you first launch it, BWM diet manager will ask you some information about yourself that it will use as a baseline to help you understand and attain your goals. Then it will ask you what your goals are. There are three possibilities: lose weight, gain weight or maintain your weight.

After you have set the application up for the first time, you can start adding your meals and exercises. There are several graphs that show you your progress in real-time. There is one at the bottom of the window that displays your goals day by day. On the right, you will see your daily graphs and a list of all you eat and the exercises that you made. You can break down your food intake by ingredient or calories, which is great.

BWM diet manager comes with a list of popular foods and exercises. You can also add your own if you want.

In conclusion, this is a great app. It is very complete and the graphical user interface is user-friendly. It is available for multiple platforms. The only problem that I find with it is that there seems to be too much information on the screen at once, and this can be confusing, especially for users who don't know what they are doing.

José Fernández
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Review summary

Pros

  • Lots of foods and exercises
  • Lots of information
  • Multi platform
  • Graphs
  • Goals

Cons

  • Some users might be confused by all the information on the screen
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