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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 28,109
3/7/13 8:01 P

I can tell from several of your recent posts that you are somewhat confused by what to eat, what foods to select, etc.

I am going to ask you a few question so that we can really help you get moving in the reight directiion...
Have you set up your Sparkpeople account?
What is your weight loss calorie range with Sparkpeople?
Are you using the nutrition tracker?
Are you willing to make your tracker public? Do you need the steps to do this?

Here is the link to the video on how to use the nutrition tracker:

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/videos-detail
.asp?video=17


I will wait for your return response---then we can help you even more.
Dietitian Becky

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (60,906)
Fitness Minutes: (15,360)
Posts: 9,707
3/7/13 7:41 P

1066 calories is likely not enough. Sparkpeople's minimum is 1200, and in general women should not go under that, because it's not enough to get the nutrition they need to function.

Sparkpeople should have ranges to tell you how much of each nutrient you need. Here's a great article for tips on how to boost your calories without adding a lot of bulk:

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=593


MARIATHOMAS2 SparkPoints: (355)
Fitness Minutes: (193)
Posts: 8
3/7/13 6:39 P

Today I have taken in 1066 calories,128 carbs,38 fat,55 protein,,,,isn't that enough to help me lose weight.

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