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SANLOY Posts: 1,114
4/14/10 2:40 P

Thank you for your help. I am trying very hard to stick with this, it is fun playing around on this site but I haven't lost any weight yet. I have only been on it for 6 days and thought I had lost 2 pounds but today those 2 pounds were back so I'm back to square one. I'll keep trying though. I'm sure I need to exercise more, but that is harder than dieting for me...

BLAIR1957 Posts: 245
4/14/10 8:37 A

You can also make sandwiches and other things under "food groupings" which enables you to have your frequently eaten "food groups" right at your fingertips. This works well for sandwiches I eat on a regular basis.

SANLOY Posts: 1,114
4/13/10 11:16 P

Thank you for your information. I found it as soon as I went back to the site.

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 30,513
4/13/10 6:19 P

If it's in the nutrition tracker that you are trying to add that, then this page has info on how to do that: www.sparkpeople.com/community/help_answer.
asp?id=23
.

It is also a very similar process in the recipe calculator on the recipe site. When you click on the add an ingredient button, you will see the link to enter a food not listed. Once you enter and save the item, you can choose it from the drop down menu of your favorites in the add an ingredient box.

I hope that helps!

Coach Denise

SANLOY Posts: 1,114
4/13/10 4:02 P

When I want to have a food that is not listed in the "add foods not listed" how do I go about adding that to my meal. For example I wanted one of the Kelloggs special K choclate protein drinks for breakfast but it wasn't on the list. How do I add that?

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