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Yes, though their exercise section seems to overestimate the number of calories burned.
I was on MFP, but I found it not to be helpful in my case. It's easier and saner to eat whole foods when I'm hungry and not eat when I'm not hungry. I make sure I vary my diet, eat mostly veggies, make sure I get healthy fats, and get some exercise in.

I originally joined MFP when a joined a weight loss group. The people that had food addictions found MFP helpful, but my problem was getting enough exercise.

I do occasionally use MFP to show people I'm getting the nutrition I need even if it's need what MFP says I need.
 

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I used it and it was okay, but I had a real problem with the nutrition thing.

Plus I tend to cook a lot of meals now, rather than using packets, which made it a pain to find the right thing (especially with the right nutritional values).

BUT....As a basic 'food in', 'energy out' thing, it was okay!
 

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The potassium readings are wildly inaccurate since potassium content isn't a required disclosure in the US. Otherwise it's pretty neat.
 
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