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COUNTRYGRANNYS SparkPoints: (3,134)
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8/21/13 6:44 P

I'm with you....knowing sugar grams is very important in my diet too.

BARELYBABE SparkPoints: (211)
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8/1/13 11:55 A

Coach Denise; thank you for your post, I just had a moment to read SparkPeople's view on the sugar notation. I understand completely but would however like them to maybe revisit this. For anyone who has had gastric by-pass surgery sugar grams is looked at often. I know for a serving I cannot exeed 16 grams of sugar. If I do it causes a dumping symdrome. When I want to look at making a recipe sometimes its hard to know how many sugar grams it has in it. This is just my two cents.

SNACKHEAD4LIFE SparkPoints: (1,746)
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Posts: 547
7/17/13 12:03 P

My fitness pall is an app that will tell you your daily sugar intake. It's a calorie counting app.

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 41,502
6/28/13 8:23 P

Unfortunately, that is not something you are able to track. This Ask the Expert page goes into great detail about this: www.sparkpeople.com/community/ask_the_expe
rts.asp?q=85
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Coach Denise

MARYSCHANCE Posts: 4
6/28/13 1:18 P

Hi! I am trying to follow a program that tracks your sugar intake, and after looking at some recipes and setting up my nutrition trackers I have noticed there is no way to track sugar intake on this site? Please let me know if I am missing it somewhere. Thanks!

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