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Posted: 08 Jan 2013, 23:30
A friend of mine asked me if I was sure I was getting enough calcium in my diet, I was pretty sure I was but decided to look it up on my diet tracker. I see the pie chart on protein/carbs/fat but I couldn't find a place that broke down my days intake of food by calcium, or vitamins, or anything else for that matter.
Is there a way to see a more micro view of my daily nutrition?

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Posted: 09 Jan 2013, 07:58
There is a way to change but it doesn't include Calcium or vitamins. I believe it is net carbs, rdi, things of that nature.

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