For those of us who come from different cultures, there ISN"T ANYTHING SIMILAR IN THE TRACKER. I think that is the point--the tracker contains typical things that North Americans eat and it doesn't go much beyond that.
You just have to enter everything. Measuring and counting each ingredient is kind of the point of tracking--you need to know the precise nutrition of everything you eat.
I find that the recipe and grouping functions are very helpful. I've also tended to eat much simpler/whole foods since I've been dieting and to repeat things more so that entry is easier. Once you get many of your typical foods into your tracker, things get easier.
Just not tracking things is not acceptable if you are doing it on a regular basis--what is the point of tracking if you are leaving out a whole meal every day?
I'm not understanding why tracking a smoothie is hard...just enter the individual ingredients.
Edited by: AZULVIOLETA6 at: 8/19/2013 (11:52)
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