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I am trying the measuring calorie eating for reducing fat but couldn't find a way to measure the calories i am eating ..Is there any ways to do this perfectly ?

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Shihab

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To give you a simple answer: Look up everything you eat, eg using google (search for calories [banana, meat, milk, etc]) and summarize. You don't need to do this perfectly as you will never exactly know how much you burned. Measuring Calories is a very inaccurate measurement. –  Baarn Jan 4 '13 at 12:41
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there are smartphone apps / websites like "myfitnesspal" or "Livestrong MyPlate" that have imperfect calorie estimates based on foods that you enter. I've used those in the past with success to track my meals. –  DavidR Jan 4 '13 at 15:00
    
This question is off-topic as defined by the FAQ. Feel free to revisit your question and modify it so that it fits within the scope defined for this site in the FAQ. –  Nathan Wheeler Jan 4 '13 at 19:02
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You won't be able to perfectly measure the number of calories you consume every day. Your best bet is use a website, such as MyFitnessPal to get a rough estimate.

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Nothing in this answer that hasn't been said in the comments. –  Baarn Jan 4 '13 at 17:59
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That's okay, though, right? Often, people leave comments that are better said as an answer. –  Kate Jan 4 '13 at 18:52
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I agree. I think this answer is accurate in terms of the question, even if it is just a summation of the comments on the question. –  Nathan Wheeler Jan 4 '13 at 19:03
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