I have been using Calorie King for years but parts of it sh*t me.
Primarily I hate the setup that assume you eat breakfast, lunch and dinner and one snack. I end up with double in breakfast and double in lunch to cover 4 of my meals and then dinner on its own and snack for meal #6.
Tonight I tried out another free site called Mikibo.
*You can put food in for breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and dessert.
*It doesn't take the exercise calories off the food calories total
*There is room for notes on the exercise page so you can record what you did and weights lifted
*It calculates total energy expenditure including work, exercise and just being alive
*It has quick add which means you can add food you use all the time
*It monitors iron and saturated fats on the main page
*You can put your daily weight in
*It doesn't seem to have the patronising tone of CK
*It has cool graphs and charts
*It tracks everything over a week as well as daily
*It estimates my maintenance calories at 2,044 a day :)
*It is a US database that is fairly generic. Don't expect to find Australian brands listed. In one way it is better because instead of worrying about what brand and flavour of yogurt you are eating today, it just has a couple to choose from. I have to refer back to CK for actual calories to find the appropriate product but I expect it will get easier as time goes on.
*It doesn't subtotal meals so you don't know if you balanced your macros per meal, only per day. For Miss K OCD this is probably an improvement.
*The daily screen only shows one thing at a time - calories, or fat, or protein, not all at once.
It is worth a look but because it doesn't have all your CK favourites and custom foods entered, it will take a bit longer to get things in. If you don't have patience you will probably not bother and go back to CK (especially if you primarily use the food log). But if you want a more integrated program that is a bit of a change, then try it out. I can also link/embed things in my blog so once I have a week's worth of data I'll see how it works.