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Old 08-17-2013, 07:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Request an addition to Custom Foods

Unless I've overlooked it it seems there is no way to add carbs (or how much of it sugars) to custom foods. Is there any way for the tech guys to add this please?

Because I'm British and some of our food stuffs have different names (or don't exist at all) I have to enter a lot of custom foods, adding carbs would help a whole bunch with tracking calorie intake.

Also just want to say thanks to you guys for this awesome site. Since joining 5 weeks ago I've lost just over 10lbs. Slow progress but progress no less!

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Old 08-18-2013, 09:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Unless I've overlooked it it seems there is no way to add carbs (or how much of it sugars) to custom foods. Is there any way for the tech guys to add this please?

Because I'm British and some of our food stuffs have different names (or don't exist at all) I have to enter a lot of custom foods, adding carbs would help a whole bunch with tracking calorie intake.

Also just want to say thanks to you guys for this awesome site. Since joining 5 weeks ago I've lost just over 10lbs. Slow progress but progress no less!
Carbohydrate are Sugar/Carbs in the custom foods and congrats on the 10# that's awesome Two pounds a week is great progress.
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