Are you tracking your food and exercise on Spark? If so you can go to the my trackers menu, click on reports and click on calorie differential over time. It will show you a graph with both your calories in and your calories burned. However, one thing you need to realise with this is that it averages out the exercise calories for the whole week. This means that if you burn 350 calories on the first day of the week for tracking it will come up as 50 on the graph as it splits it into seven. However, as you add exercise throughout the week the calorie burn indicator gets higher. I hope this makes sense!
I find it really useful as it shows me if I have some "spare" calories for a treat or two at the end of the week or if I need to get more active.
Hopefully you will feel more secure about your calorie needs if you use it.
Hello stranger - you look GORGEOUS today!
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