I turned my off on the website through a regular computer by going to the Tracker, selecting Tracker Options below the date and selecting Don't Show Meal Plans. Don't know if you can do it from the Kindle though. If you did it from your iPad, she could log into her account on your iPad, change it and log off again.
I wish her well on SparkPeople!
Jill, Mom to Kelly who is 25 years old, has the physical capabilities of an infant, mentally 1-2 year old, controlled seizures, vision problem, and is the absolute happiest person I know. She is a true Blessing!
current weight: 4.2 over
Fitness Minutes: (83,078)
1,077 9/19/13 6:11 P
My sister just joint Sparkpeople and I helped her load it on her Kindle. I use the iPad version. We have noticed that in the Kindle version of the food tracker has food already listed, which you can click to add, but you can't delete. It has all sorts of foods from which she never eats, and it is not helpful. It doesn't actually add them to the nutrition counts until you click them, but it is not helpful to see them there and accidentally click them.
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