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Ensure Nutrition Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Ensure Nutrition.

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7 Key Nutrients Vegetarians Need to Watch

There are many benefits to being vegetarian and vegan. Regardless of why you chose such a lifestyle, it’s not enough to simply cut the meat, poultry, and seafood from your daily menu. Animal products do offer nutrients that support growth, body...  Read more

Nutrition and the Elderly

Eating well is important at any age. But health issues and physical limitations sometimes make it difficult for seniors, the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. population, to get the nutrients they need for a balanced diet. Poor nutrition and malnut...  Read more

Research Study Recommends SparkPeople

These days, it's not uncommon for people to make decisions that affect their health based on information that they find on the Internet. But can you trust the weight loss advice you find on Internet message boards? When it comes to weight loss, a...  Read more

How to Read a Nutrition Facts Label

What do you look for when you’re checking out the nutrition facts on that macaroni and cheese box? Whether you’re one to zoom in on total calories or total carbs, you might be missing the real picture. Nutrition facts should be a part of...  Read more

Healthier Ways to Eat When Traveling

It’s hard to eat healthy on the road. You’re driving hours to your final destination and the last thing you’re worried about is what you’re eating. All too often people focus on arriving as quickly as possible and overlook...  Read more

If your fitness and nutrition trackers communicate
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If your fitness and nutrition trackers communicate with each other, you'll automatically be given a higher calorie range when you work out. My Fitbit adds calories for general activity, but I just ignore them unless I actually worked out....  Read more

Old nutrition tracking
Updated 5/16/2015 7:14:43 AM

I've been using SP on and off for 9 years. I'm wondering if there's any way I can "easily" find all of my past nutrition tracking? Without having to click on the calendar and back space constantly? Thanks! Robyn G...  Read more

I would recommend reviewing your nutrition intake
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I would recommend reviewing your nutrition intake vs. your calories burned amounts. If you are not eating enough for how much activity you are doing, you can end up losing more muscle and possibly have other health issues come up....  Read more

Go to your "My Trackers" and choose "My Nutrition", click on "food not listed" right below the searc
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Go to your "My Trackers" and choose "My Nutrition", click on "food not listed" right below the search button, you will be able to add the Nutrition Values....  Read more

Remove meal goal rows in nutrition table
Updated 5/6/2015 1:14:24 PM

My nuitrition tracker has about five useless rows, showing "goals" that were somehow calculated by the program: "breakfast totals" then "breakfast goals", "dinner totals" and "dinner goals"----the goals are meaningless to me. How can I remove these r...  Read more

Volumize with Leafy Greens

A great tip I learned from a nutritionist is to 'volumize' with leafy greens (spinach is my favorite). When greens are added to a meal - either as the main course or as a starter they help to satisfy you better and allow your hunger to subside more...  Read more

Track before you eat

When I'm thinking about what to prepare for dinner, I make sure that my nutrition tracker is up to date for my earlier meals, and then review the nutrition information before I decide. That way I ensure that I'm staying within my goal range for the...  Read more

Vegan Fitness and Nutrition

For those of us who do not use or eat any animal products. Find nutrition and fitness info, recipes, ideas, fun, and camaraderie....  Read more

Attention! Military Meals Get a Makeover

First, it was the launch of the Let's Move Campaign to encourage change toward healthier eating and fitness habits. Then there were updated school lunch guidelines to match-up what is served in public schools with the MyPlate healthy eating guide...  Read more

You Asked: Can You Really Eat Too Much Protein?

For a healthy adult, eating more protein than your recommended daily range once a week or so won't have any major impact on your long-term health or weight loss (assuming you still eat approximately the same amount of calories for the day). Based...  Read more