Spark doesn't do that from tracked exercise, but if you raise your goal calories it might raise your nutritional range.
The reason is that you've set a goal rate, say 1lb/week of loss. To achieve that goal you need to eat 500 calories less than you burn.
So if you burn more - you need to eat more to still be only 500 calories below what you've burned.
"Eat less move more" has its limitations. More exercise is not necessarily better and won't necessarily lead to faster weight loss if you exceed the goals.
Deb, in New Zealand