WEIGHTY DILEMMA

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Krazy Kernow

Joined: Jun 14
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Posted: 17 Jun 2014, 10:00
Hi guys, I'm new here - only been dieting for a week and lost 5 pounds. My dilemma is this: when I registered I estimated my weight at 190 pounds and set a target of 170 pounds. Now that I have weighed myself properly (on a Wii), I find that I have over estimated by some 6 pounds. Is there any way I can amend my starting weight? Having entered my weight today as 177 pounds, I got a warning that I was losing too much, too quickly. Confused I know the reason behind the warning but wondered if I could correct it?
Many thanks for any help

Krazy Kernow
jwill77nc2

Joined: Jan 13
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Posted: 17 Jun 2014, 11:11
From the webpage - click the "MYFATSECRET" tab, then on the right-hand navigation bar choose "My Weight History"; scroll down and on the right side, under "MY DIET" there is a choice "Change my starting weight". I'm sure there are other ways to navigate there, but this will get you to where you can enter the change you want.
Krazy Kernow

Joined: Jun 14
Posts: 6

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Posted: 17 Jun 2014, 16:06
Thank you so much for this. Worked a treat. Chart now correct.
KK



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