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Old 01-02-2012, 04:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,
I have spent the past week getting familiar with fitday. I was on another site for a while but I am finding fitday much more user friendly - and that's what I am looking for, something quick and easy to get around in.

I do have a question about the food journal entries. Why isn't sugar listed on the nutritional list?

My goal is to lose 25 lbs by the end of May. I have spent this past week setting my goals, working on my calendar, cleaning out my kitchen, telling family and friends what I'm doing and telling my best friend that she is my accountability partner. I think she is looking forward to telling me what to do.

Today I bought new walking shoes and a pedometer. No excuses now.

Good luck everyone.
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome to FitDay, sandalwood369.


You'll find all the tools and resources right here to meet your weight goals and to help with your transition into a healthier lifestyle.

A good way to get situated with both the FitDay program and Discussion Board is to visit this link:

http://www.fitday.com/fitness/forums...html#post65241

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Why isn't sugar listed on the nutritional list?
The above link will help with questions like this. But basically it boils down to sugars being tracked as carbs. It doesn't seem to harm anyone's weight loss goals here.

If you have any additional questions we are glad to help.

Lastly, we'd enjoy having you "stick around" the Forum. We have a close-knit community that is knowledgeable, active, and encouraging; this includes a terrific Women's forum where you'll find all the support you'd like.

Best wishes!
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