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DIETITIANBECKY
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7/31/13 4:39 P

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I would encourage you to change it back to the original form, and make sure you have entered a 2 pound a week weight loss goal. What is entered as your calories burned through exercise?

What do you feel your calorie range should be? Do you want it to return to 1200-1550?

Becky
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7/31/13 4:01 P

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I dont understand what is going on with the nutrition tracker. It gave me a range of 1200-1500 calories. I saw the option to change it based on fitness, that range seems to be a bit much for me. I changed the option back for fitness to not be tracked but now it gives me a range closer to 1600 -1900. Not sure what happened. Does it have anything to do with tracking miles on my fitness tracker?

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Sprint Tri -8/9
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Marine Corps 1/2 in Jacksonville -10/4
Savannah Rock n Roll 1/2 -11/8
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...and a few 5k's for good measure I'm sure!


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