Nutrition and Exercise Manager
Nutrition and Exercise Manager
4.0

4.1

Nutrition and Exercise Manager free download for Mac

Nutrition and Exercise Manager

4.0
22 January 2007

Food and exercise diary with a built-in database.

Overview

CalorieKing's Nutrition and Exercise Manager for Mac OS X is a powerful food and exercise diary coupled with America's largest food database.

Our application lets you work out exactly what you need to do to shed pounds quickly and effectively.

You can record everything you eat and the exercise you do using our huge food and exercise database, and then track your weight over time. Our personal profiling feature tells you exactly how many calories you need everday to lose, gain or maintain your ideal body weight.

You'll be astounded when you see exactly how the calories add up during the day when you can record every calorie that you eat. You'll also see exactly how small a change you need to make to achieve your weight goals.

Our Diet Diary features:

  • A Name You Can Trust - The CalorieKing is one of the health industry's most trusted names, with over 30 years of experience.
  • The Best Food Database - The most comprehensive and accurate database available, with over 40,000 foods and exercises.
  • A Powerful Personal Profile - Compiled by leading dieticians, designed to help you develop a personalized diet plan.
  • A Full Featured Diary - Record meals, snacks and exercise using this easy to use but powerful diary application.
  • Regular Check Ins - Make regular check-ins to track your weight. You'll love our graph feature.
  • Publish to CalorieKing.com - Send your Window entries direct to the CalorieKing.com website. Now you can make CalorieKing.com food entries anywhere!
  • Diary Printing - You can print an entire's day worth of your diary with a detailed summary to keep and analyse yourself or to give to your dietician or doctor!

What's new in Nutrition and Exercise Manager

Version 4.0: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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7 Nutrition and Exercise Manager Reviews

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Anonymous
15 February 2005

Most helpful

Latest version will constantly crash on my G4 system with 10.3.8 OSX. Software looks promising, but company will not respond to recent emails and they post no phone number. I suspect Macs are not their focus (what a shock). The software is simple, which I like, but limited (won't allow you to watch cholesterol or salt intake, for example). I would not use this software until the company figures-out what is wrong with it.
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Version 3.0
Figman4
29 July 2007
I have used them all (windows and mac), and this has the best database engine with the most comprehensive info bar none. The only issue I have with it is the reports are not at all helpful. I had to create a excel spreadsheet just to know how many calories I was over/under per week. I have written the programmers and I get a nice response, but there has been almost no improvement of the reports section. Overall it is good, but if they would just spend a little bit of time on the reports this would have been the best ever.
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Version 4.1
Gregjsmith
29 April 2007
A very comprehensive program for monitoring eating and exercise. The interface could stand to have some modernizing but it works fine as is. Lack of palm sync is a drawback.
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Version 4.1
Oskarlin
13 December 2006
The latest version (4.0.3) is now Universal binary.
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Version 4.0
John-T-
06 February 2006
This program is kind of like Quicken for diets - it even has charts. As such, it's allows my inner geek to help keep me motivated and accountable. It's really a fantastic tool. It's also really easy to keep track of what you're eating because it's database even includes prepackaged items like Southbeach Diet products and items from chain restaurants.
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Version 4.0
Anonymous
14 November 2005
Best part of this software is ithe comprehensive, self-updating database of lots (many thousands) of popular foods. So it makes it feasible to track what you're eating. UI is nice and clean, features are robust, etc. As for usefulness, it really forces you to drill down and think about what you're putting in your body.
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Version 3.1.6
Anonymous
22 April 2005
Software works similar to it's Windows cousin except in one regard. It does not support syncing between a Palm handheld and teh Desktop. What this means is, if you enter part of your data in a Palm and the rest on a Mac, they will never be combined. Nor will the Palm data be uploaded to the Calorie King website if you are a member. That kind of diminishes the usefulness of the software for me and are features avaiable under Windows.
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Version 3.0
Anonymous
15 February 2005
Latest version will constantly crash on my G4 system with 10.3.8 OSX. Software looks promising, but company will not respond to recent emails and they post no phone number. I suspect Macs are not their focus (what a shock). The software is simple, which I like, but limited (won't allow you to watch cholesterol or salt intake, for example). I would not use this software until the company figures-out what is wrong with it.
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Version 3.0
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
01 June 2005
To Dave: We have a 48 hour turnaround time on support (same for Mac and Windows) so please do email us again and we'll be happy to help. Did you get a ticket number? You're right about the phone support though, we can't offer it and still keep prices down (and we don't want to outsource support to asia!) Two primary developers of this software actually use Mac OS X 100% of the time, we LOVE Mac, that's why we brought it out on this platform. Unfortunately with PalmSource actually discontinuing work on the Mac OS X HotSync conduit there isn't a good enough commercial reason to port the conduit over. BTW: Posting this from my work machine, a 15" G4 Powerbook. Adam Yap Operations Manager CalorieKing
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Version 3.1