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Problem after update on 11/15/12
After updating Fatsecret on my HTC Evo 4g I cannot enter a new weight value. Usually I press the menu button while on the weight summary page, but now I get no response from the menu button. I have done a power reset, but no change. Please help.
by technut (submitted 2 years ago)
Has anyone else tried the "Cranberry Addictives" from Costco? ...
M-M-M !! They are [b]TASTY [/b]and only 100 calories/package. They've replaced the Biscotti I sometimes have with my morning coffee.
by technut (submitted 3 years ago)
How Often Do you weigh yourself?
Every morning before getting dressed. Even though you may see your weight "Yo-Yo" (hopefully not too much), on the days that the weight has decreased I have a bigger smile while drinking my coffee. And using the Fatsecret Android App is my daily "Video Game", I check it constantly throughout the day to make sure I'm following my expectations and to strengthen my resolve.
by technut (submitted 4 years ago)
Cheese, Anyone?
Mmmmm,,, Cheese! But only the good stuff!
by technut (submitted 4 years ago)
Funny
Tell him you've already lost 200lbs of fat, bloated, useless, dead weight (i.e. HIM) and that you couldn't be happier with how things are and have no desire to re-experience the past. Then go out with your girlfriends and enjoy life by looking for what's beyond the horizon...
by technut (submitted 4 years ago)
Food Scales - Your opinions please...
I agree Sabs09, a scale with a higher weight limit is a necessary feature. It simplifies measuring which means it'll get used.
by technut (submitted 4 years ago)
Food Scales - Your opinions please...
Just wanted to update those of you who sent me info: I read your postings and appreciate the info provided, but in the end I purchased the "KINTREX SCL0640 Digital Tempered Glass Kitchen Scale" from amazon.com for $20/+shipping. I've been using it for about two weeks now and so far so good!. Nice, small, unobtrusive digital scale that has a modern look to it and is easy to wipe clean. Display is easy to read and the surface area allows for easy use when using plates, bowls, containers etc... With only two weeks of use I have no idea of it's longevity but so far I'm happy with my choice. I've included the link if you're interested in seeing it: http://www.amazon.com/KINTREX-... Again, thanks for the input, it's appreciated. [b]"Go Losers!"[/b]
by technut (submitted 4 years ago)
Food Scales - Your opinions please...
Hello everyone, I'm interested in purchasing a Food Scale for the kitchen to help with being more accurate about recording what I'm eating. If anyone has any information about any scale they have used (liked or hated) I'm interested in hearing the pros and cons. If you could include the model # of the scale you have info about it would help. Thanks in advance for any info.
by technut (submitted 4 years ago)
Help with Calorie counter on the HTC EVO Android
Thanks i4got2, I discovered how to do as you've described last week, at least it helps to streamline the daily entry. Like you, I tend to eat a lot of the same things so creating a "meal" is an easy way to go.
by technut (submitted 4 years ago)
Help with Calorie counter on the HTC EVO Android
It takes a bit of getting used to the scanner, but after a while it's no problem. It actually grabs the scan pretty quickly once you get the hang of it...
by technut (submitted 4 years ago)
Help with Calorie counter on the HTC EVO Android
Hi everyone, I just started using this program and in the last two weeks I've dropped about 4 pounds so far! My question is regarding using the Calorie Counter Program on the Android platform. Is there a way to enter/scan all of the foods I bring home from the market at one time (as I'm putting them in the pantry) and have those items stored in my food database for easy recall later? The way I've been doing this is to add each item at the time I use it. Sometimes that item is no longer available in the list of recently/most eaten items when I want to select it as a dinner item, so I have to either rescan or search for it. Thanks in advance for any info. Good luck to all "Losers"!!
by technut (submitted 4 years ago)
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