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GOODLOOKIN69
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2/2/13 4:57 P

Just an update I inputted my first recipe today and it gave me what I felt was a very close analysis and calorie count. I did find it time consuming to input everything though. I will definately use it again. I'm glad other members have had success with the site. I think it is a great tool.



GRAMCRACKER46
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1/31/13 4:04 P

Very good, thanks.
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MEG-NATALIA07
Posts: 679
1/31/13 3:59 P

I love this site! I use it a lot when I have something and want to know more nutrition facts.



DETERMINEDLOSER
Posts: 4,379
1/31/13 3:43 P

I use their site quite alot. I can find almost anything that I want in there.



YOJULEZ
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Posts: 2,171
1/31/13 2:40 P

I use their nutrition values a lot, especially for meats.

But, today I used their "daily needs" calculator. They put my total daily calories burned as 1927. Spark gave me a maintenance range of 1460-1830, and I've been eating in 1700-1800 range. I've been losing a half pound a week. Perhaps that's why. I always suspected Spark's maintenance ranges were on the low side.



CORTNEY-LEE
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1/31/13 2:23 P

thanks for the link - great site!



ACYCLINGMIND
Posts: 280
1/31/13 1:10 P

Cool! I usually just end up googling things so I may have to bookmark this site. Thanks for sharing!



SPKRAUSE
Posts: 543
1/31/13 11:10 A

What's great is that the database NutritionData's info is based on is from the USDA and you can download it yourself to play with -- put it in a database on your computer, for example.

See: www.ars.usda.gov/Services/docs.htm?docid=8
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-POOKIE-
Posts: 11,848
1/31/13 10:45 A

I've been using that for a couple of years, useful when SP entries for things don't include an actual weight measurement, only cups etc.



GOODLOOKIN69
SparkPoints: (14,595)
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1/31/13 10:15 A

I just found a new and interesting looking website for nutrition. It is www.nutritiondata.self.com





 
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