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SPARK_COACH_JEN
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2/15/14 7:30 A

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The nutrient ranges don't adjust, but they are such a wide range that you should still be okay to eat within them and meet your goals for the day.

Coach Jen

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I've noticed that when I add fitness to my tracker, my calorie range increases but my carbs, fat, and protein ranges do not. Is there a reason for this?

Alyssa

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