SPARKYEG - you are correct that your original calculation was way off.
CHELLESDOINGR8's easy way is easier
but if you want to get more data....
That 56 grams is total for all fats.
You can also expand your nutrition tracker to give you the breakdown of the fats between saturated fats and unsaturated fats (poly- and mono-).
On NutritionTracker, click on the "change nutrion goals" which will bring up the nutrition setup page. There you can add all the other NUTRIENTS you might wish to track.
Note: Your stats with regard to total fats and saturated fats will be complete as in USA those numbers are required to be on the label. Your stats for (mono- & poly-) unsaturated fats will be incomplete as this data is often not supplied so it may be missing from the database for many foods.
Using the "complete" stats pieces, aim for:
your total fats being in good range
AND your saturated fats being reasonably low
(AND avoiding trans fat foods).
This will mean that your "good fats" are where they should be even if they don't always show up in the numbers.
Hope that makes sense I'm a little tired and the brain fog seems to be setting in. Catch ya later -
| Pounds lost: 32.0