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1/31/14 9:27 P

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yes, very helpful...thanks

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1/30/14 9:28 P

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Howdy!

It is the former: your nutrition goals changed because you updated the weight goal after you made the nutrition adjustments.

Yes, you can print nutrition tracking info, and you can download it to use in a spreadsheet if you prefer that. Here are detailed steps for that:

1. Roll your mouse over "My Trackers" in the top left corner of the screen.
2. Click on "My Nutrition."
3. You'll now see your Nutrition Tracker page.
4. Click on the "See today's full report" link at the bottom right.
5. You’ll now see the “Printable Nutrition Report” page.
6. On the top right, select the “Start Date” that you want to use for your report.
7. Just under that date, select the number of “Days To Show” by selecting a number (1-7) from the dropdown.
8. Click “Update” and you will see the online version of your report for that period.
9. If you want to print that report, click on “Print”.
10. If you want to download the information to your computer, click on the “Export Data To File” link that is at the bottom of the page. This will download a file in a format that you can then open in a spreadsheet tool (such as Excel).

Hope that helps!



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1/30/14 6:51 P

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OK, not sure I've quite got the connection.
Are you saying: my nutrition goals changed because I updated the weight goal (since it was out of date) after I made the nutrition adjustments OR
are you saying that my nutrition goals will always be dominated by the weight goal no matter what order the changes are made.

If the latter is the case, isn't there a way to separate the two? I thought I left unchecked the box that brought the weight goal into play. Is there a way to turn the weight goal off?

And since I am asking questions about the nutrition tracker, is there a way to print out the nutrition tracking?

Edited by: CMTH08 at: 1/30/2014 (18:56)
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1/29/14 8:38 P

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Hello,

I'm sorry that happened. I thought you might want to know why your nutrition goals changed back like that. Your edited nutrition goals will remain in your account as long as you don't make changes to your weight goal page or your fitness goal page. Making any changes to either of those pages will reset your Nutrition Tracker settings.

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1/29/14 6:20 P

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OK - I am majorly pissed. I spent a great deal of time yesterday (at work) adjusting all the dietary goals: calories, proteins, carbs, fats to match the meal planning given to me by my dietician at the Diabetes Center. Since these people talk in "choices" instead of real numbers, this actually took some time to calculate out. I come in today to fill out the rest of yesterday's eating with dinner and find all my goals are something completely different - neither what they were BEFORE I made the edits (and did save, thank you) or AFTER. I'm not redoing this, so the food track totals just became useless to me.

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