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New mom, Asian, underwent C-Section



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New Member Question



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Easy Family meals



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iPhone or iPad App?



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Food on meal planner



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Going to be hard



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weight loss



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What is your terpretation of SPROUTED? please.



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New Member-jladywildflower



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Changing Diet meter



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Weighing meats



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Moms on Diet

  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, krishgale. It looks like you may be better served by the personal version of the Menu Planner application. With that tool, you can select the foods and preparation methods to go into your menus, hopefully utilizing healthy recommendations in our downloadable guides and searchable recipe collection. To take advantage of this, just click on the edit tool (pencil icon) at the upper right of each meal header, then make food choices from our searchable master list to match the pattern offered (calculated to meet your nutritional needs and goals). You will find many foods appropriate to Asian cuisine, and many recipes in our collection.

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  •  Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Happygirl, and welcome! You can see the exchanges allotted to you by clicking on the "Exchange View" button above your menu. Exchanges translate to the following approximate nutritional values: 1 carbohydrate exchange = 15 grams of carbohydrates + up to 3 grams of protein 1 protein exchange = 7 grams of protein + up to 5 grams of fat 1 fat exchange = 5 grams of fat 1 fruit exchange = 15 grams of carbohydrates 1 vegetable exchange = 5 grams of carbohydrates + up to 2 grams of protein 1 sweet exchange = up to 15 grams of carbohydrates + up to 5 grams of fat 1 free exchange = up to 5 grams of carbohydrates or up to 2 grams of protein or fat Regarding the weight you are expected to lose, that number can vary widely depending on your degree of overweight and whether you have been on extreme diets in the past (as well as your genetics, of course). An average is about 1-2 lbs a week, though it may take a couple of weeks to start reducing if you've dieted a lot in the past. Exercise can provide a major boost to your efforts - even if it isn't super strenuous or time-consuming.

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  •  Happygirl518

    Hi I am new tonight and my question is nowhere do Zi find the breakdown of fat, carbs, protein, calories from my daily menu intake. I cant see what I should expect to lose per week to reach my goal that is set. Is this info somewhere? I am on the low-sugar diet because I am diabetic. Thank you

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  •  maryjane0315

    please cancel my membership

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