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PLATINUM755 SparkPoints: (328,773)
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4/14/13 6:26 P

Add nutrient info on the Nutrition Tracker. Right above the Breakfast section "Add Food" there's a tab for adding nutrients. At the bottom of the list already there, click "Add Another Nutrient..." and you can select from the nutrients list. Hope that helps!

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4/14/13 1:07 P

Look under "My Goals and Progress." There's a goal for weight loss, that lists your total pounds lost. Click "change goal" under that.

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ELIZABETH5268 SparkPoints: (48,574)
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4/14/13 1:01 P

I see where to change it but is there an option to plug in my weight loss goals to see if it needs recomputed as I did when I started with the site?

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4/14/13 12:46 P

If you head over to your start page, there are links on the left to update your goals as needed. :)

Heather
Writer, mother, wife, and breadwinner. I love to run, but running doesn't love me, so I'm switching to my low-impact bike.

I'm not pregnant, just fat: My blog.

fatnotpregnant.blogspot.com/
ELIZABETH5268 SparkPoints: (48,574)
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4/14/13 12:21 P

I've gotten closer to my goal weight and I'm trying to tone up more. I've noticed as I've added additional cardio and such that I'm more hungry. How do I evaluate my goals through SparkPeople to make sure I'm getting enough nutrients?

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