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COACH_TANYA Posts: 3,815
4/29/13 2:54 P

Being able to review where your nutrients are coming from is one of the benefits of tracking. What are the sources of your fat intake? Are there other foods you could select that are still rich nutrient sources but lower in fat? If you aren't sure, let us know what the higher fat foods are that you have been eating and we can help you find alternatives. The Teen Nutrition Guide might also help as well -- teens.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_a
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ITSMADISEN Posts: 14
4/27/13 2:55 A

i find that when i track my food intake, i usually meet my caloric, carb and protein goal but i am unfortunately eating way more fat than i should be. What should i do to reduce my fat intake and what affect is this having on my weight loss?

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