The 10 Best Online Health And Fitness Tools

Posted on 13. Jun, 2012 by in Exercise, Fat Loss Tips, Health, Reviews

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You don’t have to spend mega bucks to live a healthy lifestyle – as long as you know where to look. Here are 10 of the best online health and fitness tools to help you achieve your fitness goals easier, whether it’s working out, losing weight or structuring your meal plans these online tools will help.

Eat Different

Eat Different is a web app for structuring and tracking diet and exercise.

It is integrated with Facebook and allows you to set different types of goals.

Lose It!

Lose It! offers some fantastic services including diet and exercise tracking, recipes, goals and social networking.


This free site has everything you ever need in an online health and fitness tool.

It has exercise demos, exercise plans, food and weight tracking and social networking – in fact, Sparkpeople offers more than other paid services. You don’t need to take my word for it, over 12 million people have used it to help them achieve their health and fitness goals.


Fitday is a offers a free diet and weight loss journal that is used by over 6 million people.

They also offer an iPhone app and a premium service which is ad free.


Slimkicker turns your diet and weight loss goals into a winnable level-up game. Very cool!

You can earn points to go up a level in the game by completing challenges like having no snacks after dinner and you can compete with others.


Fitocracy is a fitness application either online or on your iPhone that lets you turn fitness into a big social game.

You can track workouts, exercises, get points, build challenges and compete in quests.

Freedieting’s Weight Loss Calculators

There are lots of different calculators at Freedieting such as a calorie calculator, weight gain calculator and a weight loss/gain calculator plus many more.  There’s even a macro-nutrient calculator.

The calculator categories are Calories and Nutrients, Estimate Weight Loss, Personal Measurements and Exercise.

Daily Challenge

Daily Challenge send you a challenge (something small to help you with your health and well being) every day, you do it and mark it as done an can share it with your friends and family. Simple!


MyFitnessPal is a diet and fitness community built with one purpose in mind: to provide you with the tools and support you need to achieve your weight loss goals.

It allows you to track food and exercise and has apps for most smart phones. builds a meal plan to meet your daily calorie allowance. It is in its beta stage but still worth a look!


Other helpful online tools:

MakeMyPlate – Very visual – drag and drop foods onto your plate and it does the rest.

DailyBurn – Monthly subscription that offers access to personal trainers and workout videos.

RunKeeper – 6 million users – lots of running

DailyPlate – Free diet tracker from


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One comment on “The 10 Best Online Health And Fitness Tools

  1. There are numerous of weight loss calculators to assist you in achieving your ambition. The best person to tell you how much you should lose, is your doctor, but your plan can simply be achieved with the help of a calculator. If you own a smartphone, there’s numerous applications you can download. a couple of do lots things like calorie count and shopping, so make sure to read and get what you’re looking for.

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