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Weight loss does not have to be complicated, there’s plenty of very useful information and tools to help you succeed. Here’s a list of various tools and resources, which I think can benefit you greatly. I’ll be updating this list, once I find more useful stuff.
MyFitnessPal – haven’t tried it, maybe you will.
Cronometer – my tracker of choice.
Lose It! – another one I haven’t tried, but maybe you’ll like it more than others.
DietBet – just an awesome concept, if you lack motivation, you should try it out.
TDEE Calculator – pretty self explanatory.
Multivitamins & Minerals – daily dosage of awesomeness. Highly recommended for overall health. People on diets usually lack essential vitamins and minerals, so it’s a very good idea to invest in that. You can read more about it here.
For the Kitchen
Water Filtration System – This is the best investment for your home you can make. Your tap water becomes heavenly freshness with no taste, color or odor. It’s an absolute must have.
Water Bottles – You should carry one, everywhere. Filled with plain water, of course.
Measuring Cups – for accurate portion control.
Food Scales – Helps to determine how much of what you’re eating. Extremely important at the start.
Nutrient Database for Standard Reference – a good resource to get detailed nutrition information for pretty much any product.
Google Scholar – awesome Google service, where you can look up scientific studies.
PubMed – same as above, just not by Google.
ScienceDaily – great source for the sciency stuff.
MedicalDaily – another website I visit regularly.
SugarScience – a must read resource of how potentially dangerous sugar is.