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JENMC14 Posts: 2,786
9/27/12 3:29 P

What exactly are you needing help calculating? For example, I might make a sandwich for lunch. I enter the bread, lunch meat and cheese individually into my tracker, then I also enter my apple, carrots and yogurt, or whatever else I'm having that day. If I'm making a big batch of something, I use the recipe calculator on sparkrecipes.com. I enter each ingredient and how much I'm using. Then, I divide the finished product into servings (I usually just use a measuring cup to get equal portions) and plug that number into the recipe to get nutrition info for my chosen serving size.

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9/27/12 9:43 A

I'm relatively new to all of this SPARKstuff, so I am trying to be as accurate as possible in my reporting of what I eat. However, when I pack a lunch or make food at home, it isn't as easy to calculate.

Any suggestions???

Trying to be honest with myself, help me out! emoticon

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