Woojabooty will inform you on how to make small incremental changes to your current diet that will result in weight loss and improved health that can have enormous life changing results. Use it with any popular diet plan or create your own. Woojabooty makes it easy by providing you with the tools you need for success.
Food Log If you are trying to loose weight the most important thing you can do is know how many calories a day you are eating. If you are over eating by 200 calories a day it could mean as much 20 pounds of weight gain over the coarse of a year -- and you don't want to do that more than one year in a row. Exercise is important too, but it's easy to undo a one hour workout by rewarding yourself with extra calories. That's why people that count calories are more successful at losing weight than those that don't.
Nutrient Tracking The best strategy for creating your own healthy diet plan is to eat in such a way that you consume a complete set of micro nutrients (vitamins and minerals) using as few calories as possible, while at the same time maintaining a healthy balance of macro nutrients (fat-protein-carbohydrates). Woojabooty provides you with two powerful tools for working this strategy: the Woojabooty Score and the Nutrient Density Score. To learn more about how these tools can help you just sign up now and try them out for free.
Health Tracking The goal of a healthy diet goes beyond maintaining a healthy weight. You can have a perfect BMI (body mass index) and still have high blood pressure, diabetes or any number of annoying to dangerous health conditions. Woojabooty’s health tracking tools will not only help you monitor your health but will help you discover the correlations between your diet and your personal health.
The Woojabooty Score is a measure of the nutrient completeness and balance of your diet. The Woojabooty score ranges from 0 to 100. You day begins with a score of zero, as you eat Woojabooty tracks the amount of vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, fiber and water in your diet and awards score points depending on how much of them you consume. Your score increases until you have consumed 100% of your daily nutrient requirements meaning that your diet is nutrient complete. The balance portion of the score tracks the percentages of fat, protein and carbohydrates in your diet and points are awarded on how balanced your diet is. A balanced diet that is nutrient complete will result in a score of 100.
It’s a good idea to eat a nutrient complete diet. It’s an even better idea to eat a nutrient complete diet with fewer calories, especially since long life researchers know that people who eat fewer calories live longer. Woojabooty helps you to accomplish this goal by computing a nutrient density score for each food in the database where Nutrient Density = Nutrients/Calories.