22 X 9 = 198. so the butter adds up right, but the oil is off on fat grams. Not sure if I manually entered it or not.Either way it is wrong, and I will fix it.
You actually helped a lot. 2 Tbsp. oil is only 28 grams, not 54, which is 26 grams of fat, and 234 calories. This was the problem. Thanks for taking a look at my tracker.
7/10/13 12:09 P
Looking at the numbers in your tracker -- just comparing the butter and olive oil breaks the math. They both list zero carbs and proteins -- but while the fat is vastly different, the calories are fairly close. I'm obviously no real help, but curious to see what our resident nutritionist has to say!
As far as I know, yes. I expected them to be off by a bit, but not 243 calories. My range is 1500-1850, so I would be over the calorie limit, if there are 4 calories per carb/protein, and 9 per gram of fat.By quite a bit, actually.
7/10/13 11:41 A
Are those calorie-to-nutrient numbers supposed to stay the same no matter the source (what kind of carb/fat/protein)?
169 g protein, and carbs X 4 = 676 151 grams of fat X 9 = 1359
That is 2035 calories, or 243 more than the 1,792 the trackers says I eat. Even if they rounded each of the macros up by 1, and they were actually 54,113, and 150, that would only explain 17 calories.
I am losing just fine, and not concerned with that, but I just noticed it, and the difference is quite a bit. I am just wondering why it is 243 calories different. I don't care if I am losing at 2,035, or 1,792. I just want to know what I am actually eating.
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