8700

8700


Thinking about fast food? 8700 gives you the kilojoule (kJ) facts on over 3,000 products, helps you find your ideal daily kJ figure and lots more info, hints and tips.

Do you know how many kJ are in muffins, burgers, pizza and other fast foods? What about the difference in kJ between an espresso and a cappuccino or smoothies or milk shakes? Fried chicken, pies, fries and more…there are just so many brands, so many choices it can all seem a bit hard.

Until recently in Australia, it was hard to find out just how many kJ were contained in the menu items at fast food chains. The 8700 app brings that information together.

Everyone has an ideal daily kilojoule figure they should consume to maintain a healthy weight. Do you know what yours is? This simple to use app will help you find out. It also provides information on how to balance and burn the kJ you consume with physical activity.

THE 8700 APP HELPS YOU:
- find how many kilojoules you should consume each day to maintain a healthy weight range
- calculate how much energy you burn through everyday activities, exercise and sports
- search over 3,000 fast foods from larger Australian fast food and snack chains
- convert calories to kJ (and vice versa)

Voted Best Nutrition App - 2012 Australian Mobile Awards. Provided by the NSW Food Authority as a tool to help you make more informed fast food choices.

Recent changes:
Increased maximum weight and age profile options.

Added some new activities to the Burn kJ calculator.
Extended the height and weight range for the Ideal Figure calculator.
Improved search functionality.
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About 8700
Thinking about fast food? 8700 gives you the kilojoule (kJ) facts on over 3,000 products, helps you find your ideal daily kJ figure and lots more info, hints and tips.

Do you know how many kJ are in muffins, burgers, pizza and other fast foods? What about the difference in kJ between an espresso and a cappuccino or smoothies or milk shakes? Fried chicken, pies, fries and more…there are just so many brands, so many choices it can all seem a bit hard.

Until recently in Australia, it was hard to find out just how many kJ were contained in the menu items at fast food chains. The 8700 app brings that information together.

Everyone has an ideal daily kilojoule figure they should consume to maintain a healthy weight. Do you know what yours is? This simple to use app will help you find out. It also provides information on how to balance and burn the kJ you consume with physical activity.

THE 8700 APP HELPS YOU:
- find how many kilojoules you should consume each day to maintain a healthy weight range
- calculate how much energy you burn through everyday activities, exercise and sports
- search over 3,000 fast foods from larger Australian fast food and snack chains
- convert calories to kJ (and vice versa)

Voted Best Nutrition App - 2012 Australian Mobile Awards. Provided by the NSW Food Authority as a tool to help you make more informed fast food choices.

Recent changes:
Increased maximum weight and age profile options.

Added some new activities to the Burn kJ calculator.
Extended the height and weight range for the Ideal Figure calculator.
Improved search functionality.

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A Google User
Apr 22, 2014
I can't believe this! A diet app that encourages you to eat junk food. Terrible. This would've been great if it was for normal food. Can't believe it won an award!
A Google User
Feb 28, 2014
Great app Awesome.
A Google User
Feb 2, 2014
Needs options for if your goal is to gain weight Otherwise good app
A Google User
Jan 9, 2014
Love it Love that i can work out kjs burnt for exercises! Thanks
A Google User
Sep 11, 2013
Needs refining. . Its a government app. There is enough money to develop this further. It needs an option for a person to put what they eat during the day to find out really if they are eating too much or not enough. But everyone doesn't eat at takeaways...