Perfect Diet Tracker

Perfect Diet Tracker 3.9

Keep track of the progress of your diet directly from your Mac.
 
3.9.1 (See all)

Perfect Diet Tracker was designed for people who require assistance while keeping to a diet or simply maintaining a healthy life style. You can use this program to monitor your nutritional intake, keep track of your exercise programs, create a personal diet plan, and so much more.

The first thing you need to do before using this application is to create a personal profile within the program's interface. You don't need to provide an email address or register any account. Simply enter your name, body weight and height, and the preferred health goal (for example, to lose 1kg in 2 weeks).

You can use the integrated search utility to immediately find the food items you wish to add to your diet diary. It will occasionally offer you unrelated results, but it works fast and is very easy to handle. You can add multiple food items per meal type (breakfast, lunch, etc.) and attach exercises to the current day. The app will automatically calculate the nutritional values and the number of calories you lost by completing the exercises.

Another great aspect about this program is that it can provide you with a personal diet plan based on your weight, height, and goals. It's like going to a nutritionist and gym trainer and getting the info you need to start a diet, only it's cheaper and done from the comfort of your home.

The only thing that bothers me is that it supports only one output format when exporting the reports (CSV).

Still, this program might prove to be of good use if you're planning on losing weight and wish to easily monitor your nutritional intake, exercises, and progress.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • Provides you with a diet plan based on your weight and goals
  • Counts calories and monitors your exercise program
  • You can add food items to your diary
  • Lets you print and export your diet reports

Cons

  • The built-in search tool occasionally offers unrelated results
  • Supports only one output format when exporting diet reports (CSV)
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