There are two parts to the Sparkpeople program, although both use the same site. The one most of you are familiar with is the weight loss program. If you remember when you first signed up for Sparkpeople, it asked you to choose whether you wanted to lose weight or not. If you choose not to lose weight, you will be using the Spark 5 program. It is named for the 5 healthy habits that make up the healthy lifestyle. Everything on the Spark 5 program is exactly the same, except that you do not have diet goals to lose weight. You can still track food and exercise, but there is nowhere to enter a goal weight and have it give you a calorie range for losing. You can switch back and forth between the two and keep all your Sparkpoints and foods you entered, but you lose tracking you may have done.
The original post is talking about a complete reset of the program in the email/account preferences, as opposed to changing diet goals. The reset can be done with teh regular program, or to switch to Spark 5 , which is the same site except not set up to lose weight, just for healthy lifestyle. I switched to Spark 5 after I reached my goal.
I noticed we have an area under our account preferences to "reset" our goals. It says it keeps foods and favorites but erases everything else. Has anyone done this? If so did it erase your trophy and fitness minutes?? I read an articles that suggested doing it to revamp your routine, but there are some things I don't want to lose.
God Bless! Michelle
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