Do as Spark Jenny suggests. You may have to look up the fibre content of foods and add the amount to the foods listed in your favourites and in the data base that you use. If fibre isn't listed as one of the nutrients in the food lists, it can't be tracked.
Lin from Peterborough, ON., Canada
10 STEPS TO SELF-CARE - If it feels wrong, don't do it; Say "exactly" what you mean; Don't be a people pleaser; Trust your instincts; Never speak bad about yourself; Never give up on your dreams; Don't be afraid to say "No"; Don't be afraid to say "Yes"; Be kind to yourself; Let go of what you can't control; Stay away from drama and negativity as much as possible. (unknown)
If you go to your Nutrition Tracker and scroll to the bottom, on the right is a button that says "Change Nutrition Goals". Click there, then click to add a nutrient to track and select fiber from the list.
Hope that helps,
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HI I have tried to find a way to track my fiber. I can put that down as a goal , still is there any way the tracker will track it accurately so that we can get feed back on our reports about it.??
Inches Inches Inches lost are more important to me than pounds... :) well POUNDS ARE STILL IMPORTANT NOT AS MUCH AS INCHES THOSE SHOW THE REAL PROGRESS AND THAT IS A HEALTHIER WAY TO MAINTAIN YOUR WEIGHT!!
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