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4/17/14 7:41 A

To make it a little easier---place your attention on your Sparkpeople ranges for carbs, protein, and fat; not on the pie chart.

The pie chart is for those who want a "middle of the road" type approach and using a picture form.

The SP ranges are much broader and allow for greater flexibility with food preference, food availability, seasonal food changes, food budgets, cultural food preferences, etc.

Hope this helps

You are off to a great start

Your SP Registered Dietitian

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4/16/14 8:34 P

well tracking my food has shown what amounts I can eat for the number of calories I need to maintain what I have ran across that is harder is keeping the carbs, fats and proteins lined up the right amounts. I just keep trying.

keep on trucking
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