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1/26/16 9:38 A

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Welcome. The nutrition tracker will help with ensuring you get enough protein. You can set it to track several other things but it's not totally accurate on the vitamins because most food labels don't list them all. You'll find the articles about setting up and starting an exercise routine helpful, too.

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1/25/16 11:52 P

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Hi all I am using spark to help me count protein in my diet goal is 60 - 65 I had a gastric bypass 2 months ago, so not really a diet I am on but only soft foods that are dense in protein Can only take portions of half a cup or so every 2 to 3 hours. Suppose stay away from sweet but I did a few chocolates over Christmas. So far I am down 47 lbs got 60 to go. just starting to exercise now as I had to wait and make sure everything was healed.

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