SparkPeople. It's a diet and fitness site with nutrition and exercise trackers, community boards and lots and lots of other tools. It's quite a busy and confusing site but I'm doing my best to muddle through. It's a lot more complicated and not as user friendly as MyFitnessPal but it has something MFP doesn't. It offers meal plans. Meal plans that are tailored for you, for example, I chose the Diabetic vegetarian option. It gives me 3 meals and 2 snacks every day, and lets me switch out meals when I don't like the one they chose for me.
I felt like I needed the help of having meal plans because I wasn't doing a very good job of watching my portions and getting in my fruits and veggies everyday using MFP. I'm still on MFP socially (and like their food tracker better, really) but am giving SP a try. I'm also participating in a Diabetes 8 week challenge that I hope will do a better job at teaching me portions and good habits. I have been fudging my way through, always planning on "doing better tomorrow." But I had a health scare... well, not so much a scare as a "wtf dude? how did that happen?" moment with my feet.. Diabetics are supposed to keep a careful eye on their feet because of nerves and sensitivity and lack thereof of said sensitivity. I like my feet and would like to keep them so when I had an injury (it was minor) I thought to myself... this is only the beginning. Things could, nay WILL, get worse if I don't do something.
I've never tried this kind of regimented diet. I've always been on one's that let me choose whatever I want to eat, whenever, and I've proven to myself again and again that I'm just not disciplined enough to do that. Tell me what to eat, tell me which exercises to do, tell me.
Are you on SP? I'm returntorural over there, too. Come find me!