My CalStep is step and calorie tracking software that helps you achieve your weight-loss goals by keeping you aware of your calorie intake and daily steps. This step and calorie tracking software will motivate you to accomplish both your calorie counting and step goals, and will help you track your progress along the way. My CalStep will encourage you to eat less and exercise more by keeping you aware of your calorie intake as well as tracking your steps. Awareness is the key to eating less and exercising more, and My CalStep will keep you accountable to yourself. Simply enter in each food and calorie value and My CalStep does the calorie tracking for you, showing you your day's progress. You set your goal, and watch as you approach your "limit". My CalStep also tracks your steps. Walking is an easy way to increase your activity level. A good target amount of steps for an active lifestyle is 10,000, but with this step and calorie tracker, you set the goal, then be encouraged or motivated by your results. You enter your goal and daily totals into My CalStep, and then you can clearly see where you're succeeding and when you need to pick up the pace... or put down the cookie. You set your own personalized goals for both calories and steps; then the fun starts. You'll actually enjoy the feeling of reaching your daily goals. If you miss your goal one day, you'll be encouraged the next day to get back on track with your healthy diet and active lifestyle. This step and calorie tracking software is easy-to-use and easy to understand. You easily enter foods and this weight loss software does the calorie tracking. Download the free 21 day trial. It is just long enough for you to see how My CalStep will motivate you to shed the pounds, and get back to the healthy weight you desire. Other weight-loss software or online programs cost hundreds of dollars a year, and My CalStep has no monthly fee.
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