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DietTV.com helps you choose a plan from “more than 70 popular diets—all of which are reviewed by a registered dietician.” It also offers tracking tools, such as exercise journals and meal plans, to help you chart progress.

Calorie-count.com includes a “database of over 70,000 food and drink items,” all graded by nutritional value. Registered dieticians and personal trainers also provide advice.

Peertrainer.com offers “basic logs for meal plans, exercise regimens, and goals,” along with opportunities to join help groups and exercise teams.

Ediets.com holds “live Q&As with registered dieticians and personal trainers.” But only members who pay the monthly fee of $17.86 can join the conversation. Source: The Wall Street Journal

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