Bible John wrote:
> Forgive me if this message is not on topic in some boards and I was not
> aware of it.
> I am trying hard to lose weight, lower my blood sugar level, and
> cholesteral intake. I own a Palm Zire 72, and was thinking that it
> could help. It syncs with a macintosh laptop running OSX. I know that
> some of you that respond to this post will give me vague answers, or
> tell me info I already know, so let me be clear what I need the software
> I need some good software that not only has a huge food database, but is
> easy to use, and can sync its food log, charts, and other detailed info
> with my Mac laptop. I want it to give me detailed info on the sodas I
> drink per week, and other vital information for someone with high blood
> sugar. No I am not diabetec, but if I continue at the high candy
> eating, soda drinking, and such I may one day end up one.
> Please NOTE that I'd appreciate to hear from people with first hand
> experience using this software for their Palm os device or PocketPC. I
> do not know if such software would be of value and I was not encouraged
> to go this route by any doctors, so it might help to give such a option
> a free trial.
> Thank you!
> PS- Also if anyone knows of any *quality* diet or health websites let
> me know. I am aware of WebMD, but find its interface clunky. A few
> months ago I ran into a very well designed and quality health diet
> website, but cant remember the address or name.
You have 9 freeware Palm applications:
Steer around the categories a little and you will probably find more.
I know one of the busiest (if not the busiest according to Alexa ranks)
Internet hubs for articles on health and nutrition is Mercola's site:
Hope it helps,
Roy S. Schestowitz