If you are looking for a calorie counter and food diary, we recommend trying our award winning Nutracheck service.
Nutracheck is a barcode scanning App and website designed to make tracking what you eat fast and easy.
It's a simple and flexible way to lose weight.
WINNER - UK IT Industry Awards 2018
Mobile App of the Year
WINNER - UK App Awards 2018
Health & Fitness App of the Year
Food & Drink App of the Year
Makes finding what you ate super easy
When you search for a food, our results show a photo or logo of the product. With over popular foods in our database, it's so much faster to spot the product you ate. And we're continually checking data quality and adding new products - it's not something we rely on our members to do.
Want to eat less sugar? Trying to curb the carbs? Nutracheck tracks sugar, carbs, protein, fat, saturated fat, salt and fibre – as well as calories. Choose what is important to you and customise your food diary. Keep track via the App or website.
Take the guesswork out of home cooked meals and your favourite recipes by using the Nutracheck recipe calorie counter. Enter the ingredients into this handy tool and we'll tell you the calorie and fat content of your recipe as a whole, and per serving. Then add to your food diary with one click and save for next time in your personal recipe book.
Almost everything we do burns calories, so we've also included activities we know you'll be comfortable doing - like fitness DVDs, Wii Fit games and household chores. They're included in the same simple interface as your food diary.
Members who use the forums have more success losing weight. It's probably a combination of reporting back on your diet progress, getting lots of encouragement, and knowing that you are helping others too. All of this is very motivating.
When you take out a Website & App membership, you get exclusive access to our experts (not available with App-Only membership)
Ian is one of the UK's most respected experts in obesity and weight loss. He's a prominent campaigner for the prevention and treatment of obesity and founded the National Obesity Forum.
Janet is a doctor in nutrition science and was previously a company nutritionist for Nestle UK.
Kelly has an MSc in sport and exercise medicine. She lectures physiotherapists at Nottingham University and is Director of The Body Project. Kelly has also been a player and consultant for the England under 18 and under 21 women's hockey teams.