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3/24/13 6:53 A

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I looked at the settings for exercise, and changed the strength training setting, but I changed it back to what it was. The nutrition count went back to normal that day. The next day then it was different. Maybe I'll go tweak some settings and see if I can get it "Back to normal"

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3/24/13 2:29 A

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did you change your goals at all? or your weight? that's the only reason I can think that the calories changed. It doesn't usually "punish" you for a splurge. Happy sparking.

'The virtue lies in the struggle, not in the prize."- Richard Monckton Milnes


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3/23/13 4:21 P

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So the other day, I splurged on my diet a little bit... okay, by a lot. I was over my daily by 1000 calories. The past few days, I went from a 1750~1400 allowance to a 1600~1250 calorie allowance, and it has stayed that low the past two days. I was curious if this is just SparkPeople's way of saying "Well now, since you really need to burn 4500 calories this week, not the usual 3500, here's a lower calorie amount to eat" or if something... screwed up? If it is a lower calorie arrangement, when will my calories go back up to 1750?

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