To make it easier to add a new custom food

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Old 10-13-2015, 06:17 PM
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Lightbulb To make it easier to add a new custom food

For instance; I have a cup of Green Tea quite frequently. I add some honey, cinnamon, raw ginger and I fill 1/2 the cup up with Almond/coconut milk, 1/2 water. I love it, it tastes great, great nutrition. However, it is tedious to enter each ingredient individually, and I think it is also quite a task to add up all the cals, and nutrients separately and then combine them into the "custom food" label application provided.

I wanted to suggest that the engineers of Fit Day make it possible to be able to add several foods into the log and then simply "Click" a button to combine the existing foods on the log at that time into the "custom food" label to be then automatically combined (as far as the basic data on the log) and renamed and then saved.

I think that is something that seems easy enough for them to do, and would make things a lot easier for us premium members.
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Old 10-30-2015, 03:15 PM
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Sure, it should work like that.
I help myself to enter ingredients into a day without entrees and then copy-paste calculated elements into the custom table. Still a huge amount of work, but could help a little.
Before it was possible to separate meals by function (breakfast, lunch...) now all the foods are shown into a big mess. For those kind of unneeded complications my fit-day usage is fading away little by little, in spite of it could be a great help.
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