Changing your diet

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infingek

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Posted: 04 Mar 2011, 06:08
I think that I read that if you change your diet all of your previous information is lost. Can anyone tell me if this is true? Thanks!
kstubblefiel...

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Posted: 04 Mar 2011, 07:43
Your previous information is not lost, though your weight history progress bar gets reset. You can fix that by making a historical entry with your starting weight...it will look weird on the graph, but it does the job. Take a look at my weight history, I had to do such an entry when I changed my diet from Slim Fast.
Kat | NO EXCUSES, JUST RESULTS | Next milestone - 256: 60 lbs lost
2013: still up from 1/1, but coming back down...
2010: 50.4 lbs lost | 2011:17 lbs lost | 2012: 1 lb gained
How I did it: http://stubbysticks.wordpress.com/weight-loss-summary-by-month/
windrider

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Posted: 08 Mar 2011, 07:05
I also changed diet to Nutrisystem. It kept the old info just created a new weight chart, but you can still see the progress in the history.



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