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28 April 2017

Weigh-in: 270.0 lb lost so far: 20.0 lb still to go: 70.0 lb Diet followed reasonably well
   add comment on diet jnix911's own diet   steady weight

12 March 2017

09 March 2017

Weigh-in: 270.0 lb lost so far: 20.0 lb still to go: 70.0 lb Diet followed N/A
   (4 comments) on diet jnix911's own diet   losing 0.1 lb a week

01 August 2016

I like this site, and using it to log my daily food intake has really taught me a lot about the amount of calories certain foods have. But I thought of something the other day that I would like to see on the site, if it's not on here already and I just haven't figured it out. I would like to see something that can add or subtract calories on certain foods already in the system so that you can get a more accurate reading when you list what you ate. So that you may better understand what I mean, I will use a Big Mac from McDonald's as an example. If you eat a Big Mac the way it's commonly prepared, then you would be taking in 530 calories. But if you make a modification of adding certain items (e.g. extra sauce), or subtracting others (e.g. no cheese, then you have affected the amount of calories you get from eating the sandwich. If you type in "Big Mac" and begin playing with the specs, you can learn how adding or subtracting items can affect the overall calories. Many restaurants are already doing this on their web pages, and by having this feature available on this site, you can more accurately record the amount of calories you take in, and you can make adjustments as needed. As I say, I'm not sure if there is a feature on here that performs this function, but if not, I think it would sure help a lot of us to make better-informed decisions on our intake.

23 June 2016

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