Creating a custom food based on an existing food

Old 05-08-2024, 09:57 PM
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Join Date: Mar 2024
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I understand how frustrating it can be when you're trying to create a custom food entry and it doesn't save the changes you've made to the quantity. Here are some steps you can try to create a custom food based on an existing food with a different amount:
  1. Start with the Existing Food: Begin by selecting the existing food item you want to base your custom food on.
  2. Edit the Quantity: Once you've selected the food item, look for an option to edit the quantity. This may involve typing in the new quantity directly or using a slider or dropdown menu to adjust it to 24 fl oz.
  3. Save or Apply Changes: After you've adjusted the quantity to 24 fl oz, make sure to save or apply the changes. Look for a "Save" or "Apply" button, and click on it to ensure your changes are recorded.
  4. Verify Changes: Double-check to ensure that the custom food entry now reflects the desired quantity of 24 fl oz. You can review the entry to see if the changes have been successfully saved.
  5. Recalculate or Refresh: Sometimes, recalculating or refreshing the page can help ensure that the changes are properly applied. Try refreshing the page or recalculating your nutrition totals to see if the custom food entry remains at 24 fl oz.
If you're still encountering difficulties despite trying these steps, it might be helpful to reach out to the support team of the platform or app you're using for assistance. They can provide further guidance and troubleshoot any issues you're experiencing with creating custom food entries.
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