I need some technical help with sorting out a syncing problem between SP, FitBit and LoseIt.com
For quite some time, I have been creating a database of Custom Foods at LoseIt.com. Also, I much prefer LoseIt's nutrition tracker, compared to the one at SP.
My nutrition entries at LoseIt are synced over to FitBit, so whatever data (lists of foods consumed and calories) I enter in LoseIt also appear on my FitBit page. [ There is some type of magical calculus that creates a “FitBIt Adjustment” on my LoseIt page.]
I really like the feature on SP that allows me to create Reports that show Calorie Differential Per Day and Calorie Differential Over Time. This feature doesn't work unless the calories consumed in a particular day are entered in the SP Nutrition Tracker.
Even though the FitBit Activity data is synced over to SP, and my LoseIt nutrition data are synced over to FitBit, the LoseIt nutrition entries do NOT transfer over to SP.
So in order to use the Calorie Differential Reports, I would technically need to RE-ENTER all that data from LoseIt, which would really be a chore.
So instead, I created a Favorite Food in my SP food list. I take my total calories per day from LoseIt and enter it as one food entry at SP. This allows the Calorie Differential report to function correctly.
My questions are these:
Is there anyway to sync my LoseIt data over to SP?
Is there anyway to sync the LoseIt data which has been transferred over to FitBit into SP?
Is there any way to copy my list of Custom Foods at LoseIt and paste it into my Favorites list on SP?
Another problem: When I enter the lump sum calories for the day into SP, this amount syncs back to my FitBit page, so that FitBit shows double calories for the day: both the food that synced over from LoseIt, and well as the lump sum calorie amount synced from SP. Is there any way to stop the nutrition data from syncing from SP to FitBit?
I would appreciate any suggestions as to how to resolve these issues!
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