I have no doubt that it is not accurate, (I know that it doesn't give me the correct number of calories burned) but I go on averages. I've had mine for awhile now and I know if I have a high calorie burn day or a low day and adjust my calories accordingly - I don't worry about my calories strictly on a day to day scale, but more on the week scale. For instance, do I think I've come close to burning 3500 calories/week. It helps keep me sane and from not obsessing. I am sure you'll figure out a system that will work for you, too.
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October: "Being overweight is hard, losing weight is hard, maintaining a healthy weight is hard. Choose your hard."
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