Health Insurance UK Releases Two Complimentary Health Related Tools for Website and Blog Owners

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The Newly-Released Meal Calorie Counter and Daily Calorie Calculator will Work in All Modern Browsers

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Health Insurance UK encourages healthy life styles for all and hopes bloggers and website owners will make use of these free tools to help educate their visitors

The founders of Health Insurance UK, a website that is devoted to helping people find the best and most affordable health insurance policy, are pleased to announce that they have just released two new and free health related tools for website and blog owners.

As a company spokesperson for Health Insurance UK noted, website and blog owners do not have to sign up to receive the free health tools; all they need to do is simply design how they want the tools to look and then paste the code onto their website or blog so visitors can access them.

“These tools work in all modern browsers and are mobile friendly,” the spokesperson said.

The first tool, called the Meal Calorie Counter, shows website visitors how many calories are in certain types of food, as well as the fat and sugar content. The data is pulled from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Nutrient Database, so website and blog owners can rest assured that the content is accurate.

To use the Meal Calorie Counter, people merely need to enter then select the food they want nutritional information for, and then enter the quantity of the food, and the tool will show them all of the aforementioned information.

“The font and size of the text can be fully customized along with the color of the tool so it seamlessly integrates with any webpage; it’s just a simple copy and paste into the webpage’s HTML or CMS post,” the spokesperson said, adding that for people who don’t realize just how unhealthy some foods are, the tool will help educate visitors to websites and blogs about the hidden calories in foods.

The second health related tool is called the Daily Calorie Calculator. This simple tool can also be embedded into any webpage by pasting in the HTML code or CMS post.

After entering in their height, weight, age and how active they are, the Daily Calorie Calculator will use the Harris–Benedict equation to tell them approximately how many calories they should be consuming on a daily basis. Instead of having to figure out complicated formulas, the new tool does all of the math for people.

“Health Insurance UK encourages healthy life styles for all and hopes bloggers and website owners will make use of these free tools to help educate their visitors,” the company spokesperson said.

About Health Insurance UK:

Health Insurance UK helps people find the health insurance policy that is right for them. They are based in the UK but make tools and software that promotes a healthy lifestyle globally. For more information, please visit

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