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GRACEFULCHARM SparkPoints: (8,066)
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7/13/11 6:38 A

Thank you Coach Denise!

I tend to stay at 1,400 Calories anyways so it hasn't really changed too much.

“Nothing tastes as good as feeling thin feels.” ~Unknown
SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 33,515
7/12/11 10:15 P

Depending on where you are with your goal weight in relation to your goal date, along with if you changed your fitness goals, it is possible that is correct and normal. As long as you have that all updated properly, it is correct.

Coach Denise

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GRACEFULCHARM SparkPoints: (8,066)
Fitness Minutes: (20,420)
Posts: 65
7/12/11 8:01 P

So I got the message:

"Congratulations on your weight loss! Note that your calorie needs will decrease as you lose weight. To give you control over your account, we do not automatically adjust your calories when you weigh-in. We recommend clicking the "Change" link next to your weight goal under My Goals & Progress (on your Start page) to update your current weight every time you lose 10-15 pounds. Your program will automatically recalculate your calorie and nutrient needs based on this information."

But my my range went up by 50 calories. Is that normal?

“Nothing tastes as good as feeling thin feels.” ~Unknown
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