My Diet Calendar

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sjusick

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Posted: 26 Nov 2012, 01:46
Under "My Diet Calendar" mode, how do I get the display to indicate net carbs for a low carb diet. This IS indicated on the individual days where you enter your food, but I would also like to see it in "My Diet Calendar" where several dates are listed so that I can readily see any trends in my eating habits. Can anybody help?
annielaure

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Posted: 26 Nov 2012, 09:25
Please, if you find out how to set it for a low carb, let me know. Carbs hate me. If I keep them low I loose weight quickly. If I go back to normal eating, I blow up like a ballon!
sjusick

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Posted: 26 Nov 2012, 16:39
When you are in "Enter Food" mode, under the headings identifying the columns you will find 2 words in blue font: "Edit Preferences". Click on that and you can select "net carbs". Don't forget to scroll down and save it.
annielaure

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Posted: 26 Nov 2012, 22:08
Is there a way to set a carb limit, so you know when you are getting close to what you have aloted?
sjusick

Joined: Nov 12
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Posted: 27 Nov 2012, 14:41
If you are in "Enter Food" mode, you will notice above "Breakfast" that there are several headings "Calories, Protein, etc." Under these headings are 2 words in blue font: "Edit Preferences". If you click on "Edit Preferences" a new page will come up with a list of selections that you may want tracked. Unfortunately, the display above these selections indicates you to re-enter your e-mail address and your password and THEN scroll down to make your selection of "net carbs". Once you save this page, it goes back to "Enter Food" mode. Now take a look at the headings above "Breakfast" and you will see your new "net carb" heading under which a running total of net carbs is tracked for you.
annielaure

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Posted: 27 Nov 2012, 20:23
Thanks!



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