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THENEWMEK SparkPoints: (12,185)
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2/21/14 8:52 P

Yes I am way ahead of my goal. I was wondering if this was the cause. I'm not losing huge amounts each week that would be eye raising, but I am losing faster than my goal. Thanks for the replies it has helped alot!

2/21/14 3:59 P

If you have not changed your exercise; then the goal date (or rate of weight loss) is probably the reasoning.

Perhaps before, your program was set for a 2 pound a week weight loss.
Perhaps now, it is set for a 1/2 pound a week? Slower rate of wt loss equals more calories to eat.

This is just an example of what might have changed

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Posts: 9,692
2/21/14 1:27 P

Any time you save your settings, it will recalculate your calorie needs. Are you ahead of your goal, or did you change your goal date?

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THENEWMEK SparkPoints: (12,185)
Fitness Minutes: (12,897)
Posts: 9
2/21/14 1:13 P

Hi all, I have currently lost 23lbs so far. And when I went to enter my total spark adjusted my calorie intake number. I was wondering why is this happening? I have the calories set to no exercise and yesterday my intake was 1390-1740 and today it increased to 1540-1890. Why would it increase if I didn't change any of my goals? Any feedback would help. Thanks!

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