Calorie Counter has a complete list of Australian food in a database that you can search easily. Find out how many calories there are in the food that you will eat today and tomorrow, so that you make informed choices about your diet. Our food information includes values for both kilojoules (“energy”) and calories.
Find out how much fat, sodium, carbohydrates, protein, and sugar is in your next meal. Compare a cup of soup to a cup of coffee . You know that our database is reliable because it has been researched and published by Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ), and the Calorie Counter team.
Calorie Counter gives you handy tools to convert kilojoules to calories and vice-versa, and calculate your BMI (Body Mass Index). We keep up to date with the latest trends in weight management, and post topical insights on our regular blog . Browse our huge database for meal ideas and get creative with your food choices.
We love to hear from the people who use our site. Recently, we received an email from Dita who asked a question which may be on the minds of other people who use Calorie Counter Australia. We thought that it would be a good idea to publish her email and our response: On 2016-01-26 […]
On a mission to lose weight? If so, one thing that you’ll definitely want to spend some time learning how to do is calorie counting. Now, when many people hear the term ‘counting calories’, immediate negative thoughts come to mind.
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A ground-breaking study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) seems to prove what many people instinctively know: the type of food you eat in a diet, rather than the sheer amount of calories they contain, has a major impact on whether or not you lose weight.
Ever wondered: How many calories in a banana ? How many calories in Australian beer ? How much sodium is in an egg ? Calorie Counter is designed to answer such questions, whilst giving you ideas for how to go about adjusting your food intake to match your particular dietary needs and wants. Use this website as a tool for finding out the amount of calories (kilojoules/energy) in different foods. We also list other food content like the amount of sodium and fat. If you are following a diet plan, or are simply curious to learn the nutritional value of a given foodstuff, our database will help. Simply search for the food you are interested in, then compare calories! If you are hungry for information related to food and nutrition, then visit our blog for some interesting articles.