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lbh032460

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Posted: 01 Nov 2012, 09:06
new to site. trying to figure out if I can log in my own food item's nutritional information. I guess I mean enter individual foods that I eat. I've noticed some entries do not show vitamin %'s and things like fiber or proteins and I would like to keep track of that. Thanks
mars2kids

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Posted: 01 Nov 2012, 16:09
There is an option to add a New Item when you are adding food to your diet calendar. When you add a new item you will need all of the nutritional info from the package. Hope this helps!
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