Type a food name into the Calorie Counter Australia Food Search Box:
Use Calorie Counter Australia to count your calories and find out how many calories and kilojoules there are in thousands of Australian foods. Simply head over to the Food Search Box, and type in a key-word or two. As you type, you will see a drop-down list of matching foods in our database.
After you enter the food name, for example: “banana“, “boiled chicken egg” or “fuji apple“, simply choose from the list of food items which match your query. Clicking an option will open the Nutrition Facts Box, which displays the amount of calories, kilojoules, protein, fats, carbohydrates, sugars, sodium, cholesterol, and alcohol contained by weight. The default weight is 100 grams, but you can adjust this by moving the slider located above the Nutrition Facts Box.
After you work out how many calories there are in the meal, you can add meals to your personal tracker to count how many calories you are eating on a daily basis.
Calorie Counter Australia has a complete list of Australian food in a database that you can search easily. Our food information includes values for both kilojoules (“energy”) and calories. Browse thousands of food items and have fun comparing your favourites.
Australia, we are all about the Calorie…
We make it easier for people to follow a sensible diet by providing a Calorie Calculator which shows the amount of calories they should consume in order to lose or maintain body weight. Want to count the calories in your daily meals and record how well you’re doing? Just head over to our free calcount Track Yourself web app to monitor your progress.
Calorie Counter Australia writes about food…
…and health, wellness, and exercise. In addition to maintaining accurate nutrition information about Australia’s food, our website contains fresh insights into all things food related. What we eat, how we eat, why we eat it. The Calorie Counter Australia Team stays up to date with current nutrition research and wellness trends. You can too, just read our Posts for healthy tips and useful information.
What is in your food?
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 comes from Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ), and the Calorie Counter Australia team. Food labels are great, but of little use if you don’t have the package in your hand. Instead, use our website when you are on the go or sitting down to plan your next meal.