Ignore the meal categories-because I use MyFitnessPal, I just put the total amount of calories on S Health.
As you can see, I’ve been getting much better at hitting my calorie goal. Attempting fasting is helping me with this because I’m consciously trying to limit what I eat. You can see which days were meant to be fasting days just from looking at the graph (I love graphs) and overall I am still in a calorie deficit because excluding Tuesday, I am still less than 2000 calories (female RDA). This should have a positive effect on my weight loss!!
Stats from last week-steps, calories and weight. I love that I can export this straight from the app!!
I love the convenient share button on the top right of this! It comes up with all the apps I can share this on-including my blogs! Yay! Now you can ask enjoy my daily stats :p
I recently procured a new phone, very exciting! The Samsung galaxy s4, which has a very useful app – S health.
This had the facility to track your food and exercise (like a food diary) as well as very exciting walking mate. This is a pedometer that works continuously throughout your day, recording steps, distance, and calories burnt! It can even tell if you are running and if you are climbing/descending. Incredibly useful.
Having said that, I am not a big fan of the food diary app. It is not as good as the one on MyFitnessPal. It has a limited food database, and only records the calories-without any other nutritional data. There is the capability to add your own foods however, which makes up for the limited database providing you have the time to add all your foods on. Which I dont.
To resolve this I’ve been using MyFitnessPal to record my food, then adding the total calories to the ‘other’ section on S Health, and putting the calories burnt walking onto MyFitnessPal.
All in all this is a great pedometer app, but the food database leaves something to be desired. I also wish it could sync with MyFitnessPal abd my Polar HRM!!