MyNetDiary and Withings partner for calorie and exercise tracking

October 4, 2012

We are happy to announce MyNetDiary‘s new integration with Withings. This online and mobile weight loss service helps you lose pounds by tracking calorie and exercise, following recommandations from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.



When it comes to diets, it seems like everything has already been done – from the most simple recipes for healthiness to the most bizarre solutions for weight-loss. You can easily get lost. Keeping track of your efforts to get trim, knowing when to eat or not, counting the calories trying to match Public Health nutrition standards: all of this takes research, concentration and thinking. MyNetDiary, which is available online and on mobile devices – iPhone, iPad, Android (search for MyNetDiary in Google Play) and Blackberry -, let’s you do this with ease. Now it even syncs with your Withings body scale’s data!

This app is free but you can subscribe to a premium program with additional personalized analyses and assistance. With this paid subscription you get a detailed report of your very own calorie and nutrient needs, a graph of your progress and even a built-in tool to track Diabetes.




When linked to Withings, the MyNetDiary service automatically takes advantage of the weight data recorded by your connected body scale. The app takes it into account when creating your tailored calorie and exercise programs, etching you out personalized diet plans.






Here are the step-by-step instructions to link MyNetDiary to Withings

1. Login to your MyNetDiary account, go to Account and click on Withings.

2. You will be redirected to to login to your Withings account.

3. Authorize MyNetDiary to access your Withings account. You will then be directed back to and see a confirmation message.


MyNetDiary on social networks

You can find them on Facebook, Twitter and on their blog.


Learn more about the Withings family of connected body scales

• The Wireless Scale

• The Wi-Fi Body Scale

Susie Felber

Susie is a writer and producer who has worked in nearly every medium. As the daughter of a hard-working M.D., she's had a lifelong interest in health and is proud that she continues to lower her 5k time as she ages.
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