How Does Your Diet Compare tool?

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kiwi77

Joined: Apr 08
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Posted: 20 Apr 2008, 11:22
I'm new to the site, so am a little confused by the "How Does Your Diet Compare" tool under the Diet Calendar menu.
Can someone explain it to me? I always seem to be over and above everyone elses entries!
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LimaMichelle

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Posted: 01 May 2008, 08:33
Mine always is too!!! Doubt but i think its sorta your average diet- and members 'recent' diets- which willa lways be low- + also depends on time zones, u might be eating lunch when someoen else is eating breakfast.
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skitz600

Joined: Oct 07
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Posted: 01 May 2008, 11:11
I think it looks like others eat less because they don't always enter exactly what they ate all day.



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