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Hormonal weight 2 messages

Last message on June 26 by Dietitian: Hi U1186789086, it can take a bit of time to adjust when you change, add, or discontinue medications. Tracking is a great way to keep a handle on calories to help you meeting your weight goal. I wrote a blog post on this topic for MyNetDiary -...

Calories from uncommon restaurants 2 messages

Last message on June 13 by Dietician: Hi Zanobya, That's a great question. It can be challenging to record restaurant meals. You can do several things. You could find a similar item from a chain restaurant and use it. You can also break down the meal into parts, olives, pita,...

Late night calorie addition 8 messages

Last message on June 12 by HorseLover1: Ok, thanks!

How many d-carbs 5 messages

Last message on June 7 by Dietician: Hi Toons, Thanks for your question and providing your background info. Unless your provider has instructed you otherwise, the diabetes carb count method of carb counting is considered most accurate for people who take insulin and must be...

Ask a Dietitian Forum 201 messages

Last message on May 21 by Dietician: Hi Peteboot64- Welcome to MND! Pat yourself on the back for taking charge of your health. I am sorry to hear about your sciatica. That must be difficult in a variety of ways. I would suggest talking with your doctor about next steps in DM...

Counting exercise 4 messages

Last message on May 14 by Dietician: Hi HorseLover1- It is fine to count the weight lifting! The other aspect of the equation is to consider disabling the feature "add exercise to calorie budget" You can do this on the website or app. Once you do this AND you log your activity you...

Armonk diet 3 messages

Last message on May 13 by Dietician: Hi Maloosillberry-Your medication changes and subsequent weight fluctuations sound stressful! Good for you for taking the reins, using the app to track your intake and taking a closer look at habits that may be helping vs. hurting your...

Water from food 3 messages

Last message on May 9 by HorseLover1: Thank you, Joanna, that is helpful.

Calories 3 messages

Last message on May 1 by LaFarren2013: Yes thank you so much

Food Addiction 5 messages

Last message on April 26 by Dietician: Something that really helps people with an intense focus on food is to start filling up your life with other things so that there is less time for food. Whatever floats your boat, like classes, social clubs, hobbies, gardening, helping others,...

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