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ANNE1123 Posts: 2,218
7/26/10 2:01 P

Thanks for the tips, I hadn't thought of this.

UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
7/26/10 3:05 A

Create your own meal names and ignore the provided breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack meals.

You can create 8-9am, 9-10am etc. Or create "early morning", "mid morning", "late morning" and so on.

PLB1967 Posts: 455
7/24/10 8:44 P

That would be a good idea. I eat like that too. I don't start eating until about 12noon.

LUVHILNDR Posts: 6
7/19/10 6:53 P

I second that thought! I'd love to be able to keep track of what time I ate meals & snacks.

SEMUSPARK SparkPoints: (60,165)
Fitness Minutes: (66,051)
Posts: 2,765
7/19/10 11:43 A

Wish there was a way I could see the time I ate a certain food on my nutrition tracker. I tend to go long stretches dunig the day w/o eating, then snack late at night. OWuld be a good way to see eating habits/trends.

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