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KRISTEN_SAYS
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2/9/13 11:31 P

Yup! You're very welcome :)



ALIALI2013
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2/9/13 11:07 P

So just like you do your regular food intake, thank you so much, Kristen, that helps tremendously! I really appreciate it...now I have to go back and do it for the last week :) but that's alright, won't be too hard to do.



KRISTEN_SAYS
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2/9/13 11:03 P

You can enter your vitamins into your nutrition tracker (you might have to manually enter it yourself, just go to "enter food not listed" or whatever it is and fill in the amounts) and then when you do your daily feedback, your multivitamins will have been accounted for. I hope this helps!



ALIALI2013
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2/9/13 10:45 P

I'm not sure if this is the right place for this, but I do have a question in regards to these. I take Centrum multivitumun/multimineral supplement and/or Viactiv Multi-Vitamin (depends on what I can afford at the time) plus Caltrate 600-D Plus every day (the Caltrate I take twice a day). How does that figure into my nutrition value. Because right now it's showing I'm below on some things, but with the extra vitamins, minerals, and Calcium I'm taking, wouldn't that bring me up to par on those?

I'm just curious. Thanks.



 
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