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KKKAREN Posts: 12,153
12/4/13 11:47 A

I've added to my nutritions tracked!

MAGTASTIC103 Posts: 424
12/3/13 1:55 P

I've added fiber (along with vitamin D and iron) to my tracker. I find that I am usually a little under my fiber goal so it helps me look for good alternatives when I'm searching for an after dinner snack.

The vitamin D and iron are just personal additions since I have consistently low values when I have my annual physical.

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RUSSELL_40 Posts: 16,826
12/3/13 3:19 A

Yep. I count my fiber, saturated fats, and sodium.

Just click CHANGE NUTRITION GOALS button at bottom left, and hit ADD ANOTHER NUTRIENT TO TRACK ( There are over 75 nutrients you can track ). That last part is on the page, not my

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NIRERIN Posts: 12,854
12/2/13 11:12 P

fiber is one of the things that you can track. at the bottom of the tracker there are nutrition reports and such as well as a block that says
change nutrition goals
once on that page you can add all sorts of other things to track including fiber.

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12/2/13 9:10 P

Why is that dietary fiber, a primary factor of a healthy diet, is not calculated as part of our daily intake values? As someone who is studying nursing, I find this to be a concern.

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