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KMD1974 SparkPoints: (3,156)
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4/16/12 7:10 P

That's a great idea, unfortunately I don't know how to do that... the excel data base...
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FIRECOM SparkPoints: (107,673)
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4/16/12 4:44 P

I agree and that is why I built an Excel data base that does just that. I think that weekly average numbers are important. Just a reminder that we are, or are not, on track.

FRANCES-AGAPE Posts: 2,347
4/14/12 11:58 P

I THINK IT WOULD BE GREAT TO HAVE DAILY AVERAGE FOR THE CURRENT WEEK TO SHOW ON YOUR FOOD PAGE TOO. LIKE 1200 MON AND 1800 TUES, WOULD BE 1500 AVG SO FAR FOR THE WEEK
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KMD1974 SparkPoints: (3,156)
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4/14/12 9:36 P

Hi! I have the same problem with that. Are the developers working with this?
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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 30,769
6/14/11 12:05 P

Thanks for the suggestion, I'll pass it along!

Coach Denise

PANFRIEDTROUT Posts: 3,423
6/12/11 2:54 P

First off, let me say I really like being able to track my nutrition & I appreciate being able to add foods.

The one "hitch" (for me anyway) is that for the Vits/Mins, you have to put in a % value based on a 2k daily allowance. I'd like to see the software developers put in an option to record values in terms of IU's or similar.

Today, I went to the USDA nutritional db to get info for 1/4 cup of shelled, dry roasted sunflower kernel & the data that came up was in terms of IU's, mgs & mcg for that level of consumption. What I didn't know how to do was to convert that information to percentages of A, D, E and so on.

Thanks!

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