Jonah11
Joined February 2011
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Weight History

Start Weight
206.8 lb
Lost so far: 11.4 lb

Current Weight
195.4 lb
Performance: losing 0.9 lb a week

Goal Weight
185.0 lb
Still to go: 10.4 lb

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"Recent Items": Please Remove breakfast/lunch/dinner Divisions
gkcfm95 wrote:
have you guys used the "add multiple items" at the top of your food diary? it will bring up a list (I think 20) of your foods. you can filter by most eaten or recently eaten. and by all meals or breakfast, lunch, dinner. just check the box to the left for the foods you want, adjust the servings & meal to the right then add and it will put all of them on your log.


perfect! thank you
posted 04 Feb 2012, 23:30
"Recent Items": Please Remove breakfast/lunch/dinner Divisions
gnat,

There is a favorite meals list, and I think right now that's the best solution to my issue as well, as the idea you suggested is just as many clicks as searching and re-adding anyway. But thanks for responding Smile
posted 02 Feb 2012, 14:56
"Recent Items": Please Remove breakfast/lunch/dinner Divisions
90% of the time I add food to my diet calendar, it's something I've eaten recently. However, about 50% of the time the recent item I want to add again is not available, because I previously ate it during a different meal category.

For example, I have 3oz of chicken with my eggs for breakfast. Now it's lunchtime and I want to add chicken again, but it's not available under recent lunch items because it was a breakfast item.

Please allow for an option to "ungroup" recent items, so there is only one master list which makes no distinction between breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

A "most eaten" list would be nice too, showing, say, your 10 most eaten foods of all time.
posted 02 Feb 2012, 13:22
Weight History Chart: Ability to show as exponentially smoothed weighted moving average
+100... tracking weight without a moving average is extremely problematic. Given that for many people safe fat loss with full muscle retention will proceed at about .5-1 lb/week, and given that daily weight fluctuations due to water, bowel movements, etc will be in the 2-5 lb range, a moving average chart is an essential feature.
posted 02 Feb 2012, 13:00
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05 April 2012

ate some more chicken burger and a pear late at nite
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03 April 2012

crazy drop of 7 lbs after 48 hours of lo-carb
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