To Count Calories Or Not To Count Calories?

Written by: Kristin Jekielek

Paleo Trail was created to support people who want to track the quality of their diet instead of focusing on calories and numbers. Many of you fall into this category, and want to spend as little time as possible tracking your diet each day.

However, some people do want to see the calorie, macronutrient, and micronutrient breakdown of their diet. Then it’s worth the extra time to enter and review each and every food item consumed.

PaleoTrackLogoLuckily for them, a Paleo calorie counter does exist! Check out – it provides you with calories, macronutrients, and micronutrients of your meal, PLUS it flags food items with cheat foods they contain, such as grains and sugars. There is even a new reporting feature. Sign up for a free account today to start journaling.

Trying to decide which site is right for you? Respond to the statements with agree or disagree:

  1. I’m comfortable rating the quality of my meals.
  2. I want to spend less than 5 minutes/day tracking my diet.
  3. I do not want to focus on calories.
  4. I don’t feel the need to track my micronutrient intake.
  5. I want to keep a photo journal of my meals.

If you agree with most or all of these statements, then Paleo Trail is right for you. If you disagree with most or all of these statements, then PaleoTrack is where it’s at for you.

Ultimately, healthy living is all about finding what works best for you, and I hope this article helps you do just that.


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