I've taken many approaches to successful eating, but there's something new and different about inputing food calories and exercise calories and watching the program work the numbers. I am more conscious about the calorie count in each item. For example, I was in a Walgreen's this afternoon and on any normal day, would grab a big bag of peanut M&M's. But on this occasion I flipped the bag over and got the shocking news...480 calories! That's a big bite in my 2000 a day program, so I opted for a 330 calorie Premier protein bar.
Good decisions and a better plan.
I'm over a week in and tracking the stats. Everything is visual and accessible and it works.