Calorie Counter Australia is calcount, your ultimate weight-loss resource with a free food diary, calories and macros calculators, fresh insights, and a massive food database. Get your own free account or just browse our tools and food database.
Counting Calories is a Lifestyle Choice
If you think that food is purely for indulgence and that life is too short to count calories, then you’re probably not going to like us very much. On the other hand, if you want to know how many calories there are in everything you eat so that you can control your weight, you’re going to love us! Get calories, fat, carbs, protein and more for Aussie food and drinks. Add them to your Daily Calorie Count towards your Target Calories! START TODAY!
Find nutrition information for any type of food. Get interesting nutrition facts for fast food like pizza and burgers, staples like chicken breast and bread, even drinks like cola and milk. Kilojoules, calories, macros. Search Now!
Start with calcount today to take control of your calories. It’s Australia’s best food calorie calculator, nutrition diary, and calorie tracker. Join today, it is fully FREE!
If you are not yet ready to get your free forever calcount account, we’ve got you covered. Check out our calorie calculator, calorie deficit calculator, kJ to calorie converter, BMI calculator and much more to discover the benefits of counting calories!
Food Calorie Calculator
Each food page has a Nutrition Facts panel featuring a slider which allows you to instantly calculate the calories and nutrients in different amounts of your chosen food product! Even better, our calcount Calorie Tracker App lets you add up all the calories in your daily food eaten until you reach a set kcal target. Stop guessing and start getting accurate with your food intake.
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Search for Foods in our Calorie Counter Database
A complete database with thousands of Australian foods including all your favourite Supermarket Deals so you can check before you shop. We’ve compiled these foods into an easy-to-navigate list of foods for you to search. New to calcount? Today you’ve discovered the most useful food nutrition information in Australia!
Calorie Counter Weight Loss Tools
Calorie Counter Australia includes tools to help you on your weight loss journey. Browse the menu to convert kilojoules to calories, calculate your BMI (Body Mass Index), and use our FREE calorie tracker. Looking for inspiration and education? Why not explore our blog for more tools and resources!
Track your Calories
A core function of our calorie counter is the tracker app. Use it to track your weight loss over time and count your daily calories. Run reports on your progress, generate nutrition intake targets and record diary notes. Use the photo diary to visualize your progress. Get all this and more with your FREE Calorie Tracker account.
Why choose calcount?
The calcount team believes that calorie counting is the ultimate way to take control of your weight. We know that getting the calories in/calories out balance right is the underlying principle behind any form of body weight loss or gain. Find out about our reasons and methods for becoming a calcount calorie counter (calcounter)…
How to use calcount
Use Calorie Counter Australia to find nutrition facts for thousands of Australian foods. Simply head over to the Search Box, and type in a key-word or two. Completing a search, you will see a drop-down list of matching foods in our database.
Clicking an option will open the Nutrition Facts Box. This displays the amount of calories, kilojoules, protein, fats, carbohydrates, sugars, sodium, cholesterol, and alcohol contained by weight.
The displayed results are for 100 grams. You can adjust this weight by moving the slider located above the Nutrition Facts Box.
The Calorie Counting App for Australia
After you work out how many calories there are in the meal, you can add meals to your calorie tracker to count how much energy you are eating on a daily basis.
Healthy weight loss through counting calories requires accurate data. Our massive calcount database is regularly updated to provide an accurate record of nutrition in Australia.
Huge Calorie Counter Database
We keep a complete list of Australian foods in a database that you can search easily. Our nutrition information includes values for both kilojoules (“energy”) and calories. Browse thousands of edible items and have fun comparing your favourite foods.
From both homegrown and imported sources, you will find what you are looking for. We list market produce, branded supermarket products, restaurant products, good old Aussie home-cooked meals and even Bush Tucker!
What are you eating? Check Calorie Counter Australia!
Use calcount to get the calorie count, sodium, carbohydrates, protein, and sugar content in your next meal. Compare foods like a cup of soup to a cup of coffee. Our data is derived from Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ), manufacturers and growers, merchants, and other reliable sources.
With practice and training, reading nutrition labels on foods can be useful, but they’re of little use if you don’t have the package in your hand. Instead, use calcount when you are on the go or sitting down to plan your next meal.
Food Info and Weight Loss Tips for the whole Family!
We write about food, health, wellness, and exercise. In addition to maintaining accurate nutrition information for Australia, our website contains fresh insights the foods we eat. We go deep into the data to pull up facts like carbs in beer, food additives like emulsifiers, and ingredients in weight-loss shakes. This is because we care about what we eat, how we eat, why we eat it.
Our team stays up to date with current nutrition research and wellness trends. For the benefit of your family and friends, you can too! Just read our Posts for healthy tips and useful information. We keep our blog fresh with a steady stream of informative and entertaining articles about weight management and counting calories. Check out our most recent blog posts: