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7/8/14 6:48 P

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The Spark ranges should still work (or be very near).
You are probably going to be at the upper end of your protein range with about 35% of your calories coming from protein.
Your carb intake will probably be at the lower end of the range (or slightly lower) about 40-45% of your calories coming from carbs.
The reminder of your calories ---about 25% will be coming from fat.

If you make your nutrition tracker public, we can give more helpful suggestions.

Hope this helps--
Becky

TANYALOFTON's Photo TANYALOFTON Posts: 6
7/8/14 5:16 P

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I was wondering what would be the correct settings for your calorie/carb/fat/protein intake? I feel on the paleo diet and using the spark counter it's not working. I feel what spark people have it set at for my recommendation is wrong. If you can understand my question...lol. Having a hard time trying to explain it:) Please help me out. Thanks

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