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THETROUT SparkPoints: (30,282)
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9/13/12 9:17 P

Julia is right. The important thing is to get started. You will improve things as time goes by.

JULIA1154 Posts: 1,783
9/13/12 6:30 P

Don't worry about it! The tracker is a tool - and the first thing it's going to show you is where you are TODAY. A year from now you'll be able to look back at all this info and realize how far you've come.

A small, inexpensive food scale can be a big help in accuracy, so is probably worthwhile. Keep using the tracker along with it and you'll soon have a much better sense of what you're consuming, what kind of nutrients you need more or less of, and how to achieve those goals.

Good luck with it. You'll get there! emoticon

BLROBERTSON60 SparkPoints: (0)
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9/13/12 5:39 P

Well first day of tracking food & exercise. I did terrible on the goals set for me on tracking my food, have to learn what to eat, etc. I think I will pick up a food scale to help. I really want to learn the correct way to eat & be healthy. Hope you all have a good evening.

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