WeightWare comes with more than
two dozen built-in graphs, for quickly viewing your weight, health, and
exercise history. They can also alert you when your weight program is
getting off track, before it becomes a problem. Some sample graphs are
Note: WeightWare depends on your daily weight entries to produce its graphs and
statistics. It will take a couple of weeks entering your weight before WeightWare
has enough data to produce useful results. Within 2-4 weeks, your underlying weight
patterns will begin to emerge, so stick with it!
30 Day Daily Calorie Trend
This is a very important graph, and one that is unique to WeightWare. Each day plotted
in the graph shows your "30 Day Calorie Trend". This information can
help you to stay on track in your weight loss program, by providing you with advanced warning
of problems. When the blue trend line is below zero it means you are losing weight. If the blue
trend line is moving up towards zero...watch out! It's time to adjust your diet and/or exercise
to get back in control.
In this graph,
you can see that the weight loss trend was good until around April 18th. After that, the trend
showed less and less weight loss until May 5th when it went above zero (meaning weight gain).
This was over two weeks of warning that weight loss was slowing down!
By paying attention to this information, you can adjust your diet and
exercise program to keep your weight loss plan on the right track.
WeightWare can quickly graph out any of your recorded health information. If you have
a home blood pressure monitor, you can use this to keep track of your blood pressure
You can record various body measurements in WeightWare, and
see how they have changed over time.