Export MyFitnessPal data to CSV (and Excel)

I’ve developed a tool on my web design website that fetches data from your myfitnesspal diary if it’s set to “public”, or lets you copy and paste your data from myfitnesspal if it’s set to”private”, and save a CSV file which you can open in Microsoft Excel, or similar program, and generate graphs and the like!

Export MyFitnessPal to CSV

Export MyFitnessPal to CSV

The link to the tool is

If you’re interested in an iPhone app with tons of features, including a calorie calculator for workout days/non-workout days, maintenance/weight-loss/weight-gain, food diary, progress tracker, and the ability to export ALL of your data, check out the “Cals & Macros” iPhone app by clicking on the button below:

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9 comments for “Export MyFitnessPal data to CSV (and Excel)

  1. arthur
    17/10/2014 at 05:18

    Very sweet app! Thanks. There are other questions posted about exercise. I sync my FitBit with MyFitnessPal and the number of steps and adjusted calories appear in the MyFitnessPal diary. It would be terrific if this showed up as a column in the .csv file.

  2. Katie
    21/04/2013 at 03:07

    Can I do this same thing with the exercise report?

  3. Katie
    21/04/2013 at 03:05

    This is GREAT! I’ve been doing this by hand, and I just lost all my data and I was worried I’d have to start over….Thanks so much for posting this!

  4. Travis
    22/01/2013 at 23:17

    This is just what I was looking for, thank you very much!

  5. natalya
    18/07/2012 at 23:40

    hey, thanks for making this, it’s really useful.

  6. ni
    07/09/2011 at 16:42

    it’s great. any chance for calories burned scrippt (exercise diary)?

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