A diet meal plan can be tracked on MyFitnessPal, WebMD and SuperTracker as of 2015. These are free online services that let users create accounts to track calorie intake and physical activity.
MyFitnessPal is highly customizable, and users can rename the meal slots in the food tracking section of the page. Users can also choose what micro- and macro-nutrients are listed on the meal tracker. Frequent meals can be saved to make logging simpler, and recipes can be entered and stored for accurate tracking. There is an active community, including forums and groups, so users can get support, tips and inspiration.
On WebMD, users enter their information and set up a personal plan to manage weight. The site tells users how many calories to eat each day and how much water to drink. Dieters can log activity and food, and the site generates reports to show progress over time.
SuperTracker is the U.S. government's meal tracking website. It offers sample meal plans for users to start with if they have little experience controlling intake, and links to other helpful resources to help people stay on track, such as the USDA and ChooseMyPlate websites. Like the others, this site tracks food intake and activity, and can also generate detailed reports.