MedHelp's free Weight Loss Tracker helps you keep track of your weight loss, body mass index (BMI), calories and exercise.
Want to add a mental note or before-and-after shots of your weight loss? You can add a journal associated with your weight tracker as a diary of your thoughts and as a collection of your photos.
You can also use the weight ticker to share your weight loss with the world!
Weight Loss Tracker Benefits
Track your weight loss or weight gain daily with an interactive calendar.
Automatically charts your Body Mass Index (BMI) in addition to weight loss and gain
Keep track of calories consumed or points associated with a weight loss program
Receive encouragement from others who have the same goals
Keep an exercise log of when you exercised and the type of activity
Share your progress with friends and family with a weight ticker that you can use on MySpace, Facebook, blogs, and other websites
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