Calorie Counting Apps UK ( What I use)

There are loads of Calorie Counting Apps, but today, I’ll show you what I use. I’ve been doing this whole weight loss thing for about 2 months now, and I have used a few apps to aid me in achieving my goals. I think it’s super important to find an app that works for you when you’re losing weight, as it will help keep everything organized and keep you on track for longer.

If you’re like me and don’t like having to work out all of the individual macro’s for each food you eat, and you want something quick, easy and user friendly, then the only recommendation I can honestly give would be Nutracheck.

This article is NOT a sponsored post. I genuinely love and use this app and even pay for it with my own money.

What I love about Nutracheck

The app is super simple to use. Like I mentioned before, I’m not too fond of the idea of counting my calories by hand. If I had to do that, I’d probably have given up long ago. But With the Nutrachecks scanning feature, I can weigh my food, Scan the packaging and get an accurate result every time, which is fantastic.

Keeping track of your total calories.

Nutracheck also makes it super easy to track how many calories I’ve had throughout the day.

NutraCheck app? Has anyone used this app for calorie counting? I feel like  the app is being waaay too generous with exercise points. Granted I'm a  busy SAHP, but my only real

If you input your Height, Weight, Age and a few other details, it’ll actually give you a ‘Pretty good’ estimate of how many calories you should be eating. I say pretty well because I actually calculate my own calorie deficit using a special calculation. This app seems to use something very similar, so this is a pretty safe bet if you’re not a number nerd like me.

Paid/Free Version

So unlike a lot of calorie counting apps, Nutracheck is not free. I say that, but there is a free 7-day trial where you can test all of the features to see if you like it. The app will still function without a subscription. However, you will have limited functionality. I let my trial expire personally to see what would happen, and I could only add a maximum of 5 items for the day, which made tracking my daily intake just that little more inconvenient. But at £3.99 a month of £24.99 for a year, I can’t really complain as this app has been my Go-To solution for the past 8 weeks, and I don’t think I’ll ever look back.