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Calories That Don'T Count---Apparen



APPARENTLY, when i eat gobs of food after 10:30 at night, i believe i don't have to list them on my food tracker because they don't count as consumed? emoticon

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  • In your dreams, honey. emoticon - by 60SIXTY
    Oh, yes they do, big time count. - by ONLYTEMPORARY
  • Yeah, just like anythig shaped like a zero doesn't count. For instance: bagels, doughnuts, cookies with a hole,jelly candy rings...NOT!!! emoticon - by CHIPPEE
  • if only that was true, kinda like no calories in a broken cookie, because they all fell out. emoticon - by TWINKIE14
  • I also believe that if you eat off your husband's plate, they don't count either!! So wish it was true! - by VICTORIANY
  • Is this because Spark is telling you it's the next day, because of the time zone difference? ;) Just click the arrow to go back to the previous day and enter your foods anyway! - by TSERISA
  • That's the same idea as calories don't count on vacation or on your birthday. - by TORNADO40
  • Toungue in cheek?!?! I like hearing that broken cookies have no calories...I'll break them all! LOL! emoticon - by OPAL50
  • calories are calories regardless of what time you put them in your mouth
    it is difficult to accept but it is our reality
    emoticon emoticon emoticon - by BRADIA
  • With the logic here it is much like broken cookies...they have no calories either. LOL - by BOOKWERME
  • Actually, I'm pretty sure I've heard that eating within three hours of going to bed messes with your body and you end up converting even more of it to fat instead of burning it..... sorry.... - by DONTEATMENOOO

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