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1/12/13 10:01 P

On most of the fast food websites you can find the nutritional value of their food. For chipotle in particular, if you got a burrito bowl for example you can build your bowl and it will tell you the nutritional content. Then I enter that into Sparkpeople's database.

CHUBBYCAT2 SparkPoints: (7,173)
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1/12/13 6:06 P

I put in what I had in mine and looked at it on their website and then I tried to find the closest thing to what I had calorie wise. I think it was a little under though.

1/12/13 5:57 P

You type the name exactly and it will pop up all listings. I click and look at what is in the nutritional data because lots of things are about 10-15 calories up or down compared to the nutritional pamphlets that you are given. Example today I had 2 fresco style chicken soft taco's from taco bell. I typed "taco bell fresco style chicken soft taco" All listings poped up. I looked through them and the first 10 I saw said 170 calories a taco. Tacobells pamphlet says 150 calories. I accepted the 170 and moved on. but if you dont want to you can input the info your self by clicking the add somethign not found button under the box.

CHUBBYCAT2 SparkPoints: (7,173)
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1/12/13 5:40 P

I have a question, how do put in stuff from fast food places? Since places like Chipotle has such a wide variety in which things can be put in. Just trying to get exact calorie count.


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