1. Work Food Out lets you do basic math in the calories field to help keep track of how many portions you're eating. You can do addition, subtraction, multiplication, decimals, etc.

    This is a very helpful feature for folks who weigh their food when they can. For example. If you eat some cereal that is 150 calories for a suggested serving size of 57 grams, and you eat 44 grams, you can divide the amount of calories per serving by the suggested serving size and multiply that by the number of grams you ate (150/57*44) and it will show you that you ate 116 calories!

    Give it a try. And don't forget to work your food out.

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  2. Workfoodout's new Calorie Bar makes it easy to lookup calories from popular food databases and add them into your food tab no questions asked. It's a great way to batch process multiple foods in which you may not know their calorie count. Enjoy.

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  3. We've made it easy to re-enter foods you regularly eat with our new autofood feature. We hope you enjoy it.

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  4. With work food out's weekly weigh-in's we can easily see how our body is responding to how much we eat.

    Work food out shows a timer to keep us from weighing-in more than once per week (an important rule) and the weight tab allows us to view past weeks to see visually what our eating habits looked like.

    In this example, I weigh-in to show you how it's done.

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  5. Work Food Out lets you do basic math in the calories field to help keep track of how many portions you're eating. You can do addition, subtraction, multiplication, decimals, etc.

    This is a very helpful feature for folks who weigh their food when they can. For example. If you eat some cereal that is 150 calories for a suggested serving size of 57 grams, and you eat 44 grams, you can divide the amount of calories per serving by the suggested serving size and multiply that by the number of grams you ate (150/57*44) and it will show you that you ate 116 calories!

    Give it a try. And don't forget to work your food out.

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