Calorie calculation for new foods?

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Kabby

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Posted: 20 Feb 2011, 19:01
Hi all, I would like someone to let me know whether FatSecret can automatically calculate what the calories are in a new food that I put into its system. When I check the nutritional values on products, it never gives me the calorie intake. Has anyone got a really quick way of working this out, without looking it up on the Net every time? Rolling Eyes



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