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ControlMyWeight ™ app review: lose weight and keep it off for good

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Introduction

If you’re in the process of trying to lose weight then it makes absolute sense to keep an ongoing record of the amount of food you eat on a daily basis so that you can adjust accordingly to keep your results coming, and what better a utility to do it with than this very handy little iPhone and iPad app!

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This is a great app which I think should make it easier and easier for you to pay attention to the feedback your body is giving you as you stay consistent with your diet. This is done by tracking not just the food you eat but also how you’re feeling, any medications you take, and loads more to boot.

There is always going to be some hard work involved when it comes to losing serious amounts of body fat, but this shouldn’t be at the expense of your overall health and wellbeing so I think this app should help to build a greater awareness of certain factors that can come into play when dieting.

ControlMyWeight ™ - Calorie Counter

Free

Lose Weight Permanently

ControlMyWeight ™ - Calorie Counter has been designed to help you lose weight and then keep it off permanently. You’ll be presented with an amount of food that you are recommended to eat on a daily basis in order to reach your target weight, and once you’ve reached that weight your food intake recommendation will then be adjusted to reflect maintenance levels.

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From here I would imagine that you can then continue to lose weight by restarting the process, or simply maintain the weight so as to not rebound and gain back everything you’ve just lost.

 

This app includes an extensive food database with all of the most commonly eaten food items in the United States, so you should be able to very easily keep track of your consumption of carbs, protein, fat, sodium, cholesterol, fiber, calcium, and loads more.

ControlMyWeight ™ - Calorie Counter screenshot 1
ControlMyWeight ™ - Calorie Counter screenshot 1

Access an Extensive Food Database

This app includes a fairly extensive database of food items which contains many of the most common foods eaten in the United States, plus all of the data is stored locally on your device so you can access it any time without needing to be connected to the Internet.

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I can't help but feel as if the name of this app is selling it short just a little because you can use to for far more than just calorie counting. In fact, you can use it to keep track of your consumption of carbs, protein, fat, sodium, cholesterol, fiber, calcium, and loads of other micronutrients.

ControlMyWeight ™ - Calorie Counter

Free

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Designed to help you lose weight and keep it off for good
  • See how many calories are in your favorite recipes
  • Includes an extensive food database with all of the most commonly eaten food items in the United States
  • Record how you’re feeling as well as any medications you may be taking
  • See yourself progress with motivating charts
  • Find out exactly how much you should eat each day to reach your weight goal
  • When you've reached your goal weight your calorie target changes to a maintenance level
  • Easily keep track of your consumption of carbs, protein, fat, sodium, cholesterol, fiber, calcium, and much more
  • All of the data is stored locally on your device so there is no need for an Internet connection

Cons

  • There is nothing negative to say about this app

 

ControlMyWeight ™ - Calorie Counter screenshot 2
ControlMyWeight ™ - Calorie Counter screenshot 2

Final Words

ControlMyWeight ™ - Calorie Counter should get you well on the way to losing the weight and making sure it stays off for the long haul.

This iPhone and iPad app definitely receives a recommendation from me!

 

ControlMyWeight ™ - Calorie Counter

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MarkBangs

Mark is an opinionated writer who loves to review apps. In 2012, he started reviewing Apple apps on a regular basis and wonders how he survived up to that point without these apps.