If you have created and deleted a custom meal category, this can happen. Say you created a custom category of "PM Snack" and had food listed in that category. You then later go in and delete that meal category so it is no longer an option; but, the foods that you placed in your tracker under that heading wouldn't be associated with a meal category. That is when you will see those foods listed under the category of "Foods from customized meals you deleted". However, from time to time, there have been people who say they didn't do anything like that, but still get that odd category. If you get that category and didn't delete a custom category, then you can go to the nutrition tracker, click the add/edit meal category link, then save that page. It should then push the food back into the proper meal category on your tracker.
Hope that helps,
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2/26/14 8:46 P
I just input my final foods for the day , calorie total around 1390, went to check out reports for the day to see if I really need to eat another small snack and both reports looked funny. One said I had only eaten around 900 calories and the other said I had had 2 "snacks" and 2 "dessert/bedtime snacks" . On the Nutrition Tracker page when I went back to check it out there was also at the bottom a list of things I supposedly had deleted from my customized meal plans. When I tried to fix it, it just got worse. I closed my browser and came back, still not right. How can I know what or how much to eat if it isn't adding things up right?
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