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FitDay is an online diet journal or food diary.
The program began as a personal computer software application written by two Boston programming entrepreneurs, Jim and Russ Determan (brothers), in 2002. Subsequently, they launched an internet version of the software on the domain FitDay.com. Internet Brands acquired the program in 2008.
The website and the software tracks calorie consumption, calorie burning, weight loss goals, and various aspects of physical fitness. By entering all food and beverage consumption into the site, users maintain a food diary that tracks variables such as calorie, fat, carbohydrate, mineral, and vitamin intake. The site also provides for the tracking physical activity.
- The readers of Lifehacker named FitDay one of the "five best weight-management tools" in 2009.
- PC World chose FitDay as a top fitness site in 2008.
- "Fitness Goes Hi-Tech to Help Americans Lose Weight". Voice of America.
- "FitDay acquired by Internet Brands". BusinessWeek.
- "Five Best Weight-Management Tools". Lifehacker. 2009-10-04. Retrieved 2008-10-01.
- "100 Incredibly Useful and Interesting Web Sites". PC World. Retrieved 2008-10-01.
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