Exercise level in profile - how do I change it?

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Veganoldie

Joined: May 12
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Posted: 12 May 2012, 03:20
Just joined today - what a great-looking resource! I think I may have exaggerated my exercise level when setting up my account, but can't find a way to change it in the FAQs. Can anyone help please?
holfraz

Joined: Mar 12
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Posted: 12 May 2012, 07:50
To change your activity level status go to My Fatsecret, go to enter food/exercise, click enter food, scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page, click on the % of RDI box. Change your activity level on the top of the next page. hope this is what you are looking for. And welcome to Fatsecret.
charlie g68

Joined: May 12
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Posted: 19 May 2012, 01:26
thanks holfraz,Wink



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