If you’re looking for inspirational support, knowledge about food, or tips on how to get fit and stay that way, there’s a site that can guide you through your weight loss journey.
In fact, there are so many resources available; it can be difficult to figure out which sites are worth a second look so we put together a list of some of the most useful websites. It’s been proven that you can lose more weight when you have support from your community, and joining one or more of these sites can give you the extra push you’ve been looking for.
- Calorie Count
This site lets you keep track of your calories, browse food, recipes and exercises. You can even ask food related questions to registered dieticians. And of course there’s an app so you can take all of this on the go!
- Spark People
A community and support based website, where you can create customized fitness programs, meal plans and search through recipes, articles and more!
We all remember those little yellow bracelets, but when you visit the Livestrong website you’ll find more than that. Keep a food diary, count calories, explore fitness ideas and join the Livestrong community.
Watch your fitness and health progress with this great website. Read success stories from other members, create a free account to keep track of your food intake and exercise.
- Weight Watchers
Jennifer Hudson has shown us that it works, and now Charles Barkley is helping to get men to join. This large community makes your weight loss journey easier by providing its famous point system, recipes and fitness features.
- Obesity Help
Browse forums, check out before and after photos of other members (for an extra boost of motivation), build a personal profile and share your story with others in this online weight loss surgery community.
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