New here , can i set my calorie and macro goals ?

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Turb007

Joined: Jun 13
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Posted: 30 Jun 2013, 06:04
hi

I am using this and am also using my fitness pal , is there anywhere here i can set my daily gaols for calories, protein , carb and fat intake ?

thanks
Glaun

Joined: Jun 13
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Posted: 30 Jun 2013, 13:18
The only way I could set anything was to go to my Set RDI (Recommended Daily Intake - under tools section.) You are allowed to use the programs calculator there, or set your own RDI. The program will then calculate protein, carb and fat intake. You also have to enter the foods you eat as listed to get the % of protein etc. Try a Google search of this site. I do remember somewhere back in time some comments about this issue.
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