Calorie Counter

Sign up to NSC Online and track your daily calorie consumption with our calorie counter.

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Keeping a record of the food and calories that you consume, makes you more aware or what you are actually putting into your body; you may find that you eat more or less than you thought.

The recommended daily calorie allowance for a woman is 2000 kcal and for a man it is 2500 kcal. However, this is just an average and if you are on a weight loss plan you will usually need to consume less.

Book a free consultation with one of our doctors today and they can advise a suggested daily calorie allowance to help you reach your target weight.

Sign up today and login to your personal NSC Clinics area and your own online calorie counter. This online calorie counter can help you log your calorie consumption throughout the day to help make sure you don’t go over your daily allowance.

*Please note individual results may vary & these results are not guaranteed.

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Alison Green from Portsmouth

"My partner had used NSCC before and recommended I gave it a go. I found the staff and doctors very friendly and totally non-judgemental, along with the tablets, they also gave me a lot of advice on diet and exercise. What really gave me willpower this time was the fact that I was seeing someone weekly and seeing the weight fall off so easily. And after just three months I have gone from a size 22 to a size 12, loosing 3 stone.*"

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