Originally Posted by katieboone
What happens when you are away for a few days and don't record anything? Does it mess up your averages by making it look like you didn't eat anything but yet still burned all those calories? Thanks in advance for any help.
Yes, I believe that it does.
I suppose that is an incentive to use the system every day,
however it just is not practical to do unless you are constantly
monitoring and dieting.
So if you want your numbers to be closer to right, you need to
approximate your calories eaten for those days, because calories burned
will be defaulted. You can create a custom food for that worth maybe 100 calories, and just enter however many servings you need to balance your calories burned.
Some reports will still be effected like the % fat/protein/carb unless your food
was made up to be about what breakdown you are generally eating.