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CJBAGGINS
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7/15/13 8:54 A

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Thanks for the link, Coach Kelly.
I have read it before, but it has been a while, so it was a good refresher!

I guess there is no way, though, once the calorie limits have been changed (by SparkPeople, or manually by myself) to see the new limits on the current tracker from here on out, but still see the old limits in my previous trackers that are in the system?

I presume there isn't a way to do that, but was just curious, as now my caloric totals for the past few months sometimes appear to have been over the upper calorie range, based on my newer, lower range.

cj


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7/15/13 8:13 A

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If you make changes to your weight goal page or your fitness goal page it will reset your Nutrition Tracker settings to what SparkPeople suggests for you based on your goals. If you have not had a chance to read the article that explains how SparkPeople determines your daily ranges, I have included it below for you.

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/calorie_calcu
lation101.asp


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CJBAGGINS
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7/14/13 1:59 P

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Hello there.

I have lost just over 20 lbs now. I have lowered my calorie limits because of this. This is great going forward. However, I now see that *all* the calorie limits, including those before this date, have all been changed. This means that it looks like I was over my calorie limits prior to today's dates, when obviously I wasn't as I had a higher upper limit when I weighed more.

I assume that there is no way to have an altered calorie upper limit now, but maintain the original amounts previously?

cj

God is closer to us than water is to a fish.
- St. Catherine of Sienna

Unless the Lord builds the house, its builders labour in vain.
- Psalm 127:1




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