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donnasim donnasim
Baton Rouge LA
Tue, Dec 6, 2011 08:12
Diet Tracker Score Card is always in the Red---should it be?
In my Diet Score Card on the Diet Tracker page should all my targets be in the green area? Seems like they are always in red and I'm wondering if that is good or bad--- I'm I hurting myself by not meeting the amt of protein, fiber, fat, etc shown on this page? Help

1144 1144
Desert Hot Springs CA
Tue, Dec 6, 2011 13:12
Over or under sometimes.
Not if you are close enough to your targets. I do like to keep sugar lower than allowed. Usually I'm over on either protein or carbs. At least you are tracking!

zumbarocks zumbarocks
Wed, Dec 7, 2011 09:12
Edit Targets
If you are getting the results you want, you can change the targets in the scorecard to be in alignment with the program you are following. For example, when I was losing weight, I set my targets at 55/25/20 Protein/Carb/Fat, then tried to make my scorecard green everyday.

FitClickTeam FitClickTeam
Wed, Dec 7, 2011 11:12
Target Numbers
Hi donnasim. You should aim to get your targets in the green. The target number will be red if you are under or over your target range. You may also adjust your targets via the "Edit targets" tab at any time. If you'd like for us to look at your specific menus, please send an email to

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