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1/17/12 10:00 A

In coming up with an intake recommendation, Spark has taken into account your typical exercise levels as set out in your Exercise Goals.

If on an ongoing basis, your actual exercise levels (averaged across the entire week) are significantly different from your Exercise Goals, you may want to update your Exercise Goals (accessible from the LH side of the Start page).

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1/17/12 9:30 A

You need to provide spark with an accurate weekly calories burned number in order to calculate an appropriate calorie range for intake.

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1/17/12 9:27 A

Hi,

I'm new to SP, but I have a question. In Weight Watchers, you get to consume extra foods for exercise. Is this true for SP? Does the system regulate the extra calories?

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