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1/18/14 9:01 P

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Thanks so much!!



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1/18/14 7:43 P

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OMGosh. I've been looking for a couple of hours. THANK YOU!!!!, but maybe it would be seen easier if it was back at the top. Just a suggestion.

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1/18/14 7:16 P

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Hi,

You can find instructions for that here: www.sparkpeople.com/community/help_answer.
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1/18/14 6:51 P

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I am having the same issue. I have looked all over the site and can not for the life of me figure out how to turn it off. At this point I'm just ready to give up and find another site VERY ANNOYING

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1/18/14 11:37 A

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I can't follow a suggested meal plan (too picky of an eater), so was wondering if I can get all those foods listed in the tracker ( the ones with the check boxes ) off as they are really distracting when I'm trying to see what I did actually put in there.



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