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7/25/12 10:20 P

Thank you very much for your reply Mplane37

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7/25/12 9:51 P

Instead of a single number, a range exists for quantifiable nutrients because it is very difficult, if not impossible, to eat at the same number without fluctuating every day. As long as you are within the allowable ranges, you should be fine. People usually aim at lower end or higher end of their daily caloric range when the fat loss seems too small. So everybody is all over their ranges, and still lose fat.

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7/25/12 9:32 P

Although I am keeping in my correct ranges, my charts look like a roller coaster ride...up, down, up and down again...should I be trying to keep in level ranges on my nutrients?

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