Thanks so much for the reply! I'm actually the one who entered that info, and I only did it because SP had a higher calorie range than my package label did. But it's obviously not worth it! haha Thanks again!
I have been tracking my food here on sparkpeople off and on for years, but recently only for about a week. I am specifically looking at my vitamin intake this time around, especially the B vitamins. I noticed today at lunch, that even though I ate 6-8 oz of chicken, the tracker didn't give me "credit" for Vitamin B12. Then I realized that it couldn't because I had manually entered the Tyson Chicken Tenderloins as a new item, and the bag doesn't say anything about vitamins. The few listed are all 0%.
So now I'm a bit confused because you can really only get B12 from meat/dairy products, and I specifically ate the Chicken today because it is listed as having about .5mcg of B12. So is one type of chicken different from another? Do I need to find a new brand of chicken? Or is this just something they are not required to list so they don't list it, and I need to add that to the tracker? And if so, are there a lot of products that leave these vitamins and minerals out?
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