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LKEITHO
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6/24/13 9:32 P

Welcome to SparkPeople! You'll find lots of support, information and inspiration here. All the best on achieving your goals!



TEENY_BIKINI
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6/24/13 9:34 A

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POLLYYYZ
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6/24/13 9:20 A

Hello there, if you go into your settings/goals and change your options to maintaining your weight as opposed to loosing weight. the system will automatically tell you how much you can eat to maintain :) Good for you on the weight loss by the way!!



EMARTIN13
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6/24/13 9:17 A

I am relatively new to Spark people, some of you are on much longer then me! I've lost 12 pounds and am very happy with that, but plan to lose more. My question is my calorie count is between 1200-1550, how many could I eat to maintain my weight and not continue to lose?Anybody know?



 
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