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MELIS531 SparkPoints: (247)
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5/5/12 11:24 P

Thanks for your reply!

Just my opinion, but foods should not be included in meal plans along with specific nutritional information including calories, fat, protein, etc. if it's just a generic reference - recipes and brands vary great. I will send an email w/feedback - I think I saw a place to do so.

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 32,051
5/5/12 2:38 P

Welcome to SP! If there isn't a link next to that for you to view the recipe, then there isn't a recipe to go along with it. If you don't want to make or have cornbread though, you can click on that item in your nutrition tracker, which will then bring up a substitution list for you to select another item. You can also track your own food if you don't want to use the meal plans (by using the search box near the top of that page.

Hope that helps!

Coach Denise

MELIS531 SparkPoints: (247)
Fitness Minutes: (165)
Posts: 2
5/5/12 11:26 A


I am new, so I am probably just overlooking it, but I cannot seem to find recipes for the meals I want to have this weekend. For instance, today's lunch was going to be half a sweet potato with walnuts (easy enough to figure out!), yogurt, and cornbread. Well, what kind of cornbread? I can't click on it, it is not linked. I looked in the SparkRecipes site and there are numerous recipes - some well over 200 cals for just one muffin or piece. Can someone please point me in the right direction? I'm getting hungry :)


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