Any way to track measurements on Fat Secret?

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jsatran

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Posted: 18 Jan 2010, 18:55
It would be great to be able to track measurements and other stuff like blood pressure, heart rate. Any way to add it other than keeping in my journal? I'd love to chart it.
maria369

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Posted: 20 Jan 2010, 10:36
Haven't found one yet, but since there loads of things hidden in unexpected places on this site, that's not to say that such a facility doesn't exist.
katbar

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Posted: 26 Jan 2010, 11:11
Yes I would definately love to track my measurements - if anyone knows of a way - could you share. Thanks.
IrishGrandma

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Posted: 27 Jan 2010, 00:42
Can we do a "measurement page" in the journal?
My name is Deb; I have been a member since January 10, 2010. Beginning weight 200 lbs
Goal 1: 190 lbs - ACCOMPLISHED January 18 ~
Goal 2: 185 lbs - ACCOMPLISHED February 12 ~
Goal 3: 180 lbs - ACCOMPLISHED March 26 ~
Goal 4: 175 lbs - ACCOMPLISHED May 1 ~
Goal 5: 170 lbs
Goal 6: 165 lbs
Goal 7: 160 lbs
Goal 8: 155 lbs
Goal 9: 150 lbs
Goal10: 145 lbs
rubykate

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Posted: 27 Jan 2010, 01:28
I DO do a measurement page in the journal
it'd be great to have a chart where you plot it in- but i think it's be tricky...



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