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NIGHTSKYSTAR SparkPoints: (360,621)
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4/15/12 1:00 P

What I found helpful when starting was to inventory my "favorite" meals, and make sure they were in the tracker, then add them to my favorites. it took me a whole sunday afternoon but other than an occasonal new thing i never have to take much time to put anything in!!

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RAINDANCER255 SparkPoints: (763)
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4/15/12 7:25 A

Thank you,
I'll do what I can to add the correct info. I just don't have access to all of it sometimes.

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DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,536)
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4/14/12 10:59 P

You don't have to enter any of the other nutritional information on an item if you don't like to; it's tougher for other users, since they may not notice you've not included the other information, but you aren't required to enter all the nutritional information.

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RAINDANCER255 SparkPoints: (763)
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4/14/12 10:20 P

I am new and still learning how to use this site. Is there a way to just quickly add the calories for food that is not in the data base? Sometimes I don't have access to the full nutrition info but know the calories.

A slip up is no reason to give up
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