With concern for an accurate accounting I chose to track my multivitamin supplements.
I would like to see a category for this with the popular brands available.
Also, It seems the addition of my intake is not accurately reflected in the daily averages.
Is anyone experienced with this. Am I may missing something?
Thank you for the suggestion for Multivitamins- we will keep that in mind!
Also, in order to best assess the problem you are seeing with the intake, we'd like you to send us an email via the app. This will allow us to capture the version of the app you are using and what type of device it is.
1 - Tap on Settings in the app
2 - Tap on Support
3 - When it asks if you want to send your data, choose Yes.
4 - Write an email explaining the problems you are experiencing. Give as many details as you can - the more info, the better.
5 - Tap Send
Thanks so much, and we apologize for any inconvenience this causes.
I added a Centrum Men to my foods meticulously entering all the tracked items available on the label. Daily I add the multivitamin from My Foods to Breakfast. When I view my Daily Averages Report it does not reflect the quantities expected.
Centrum Men B12 6 mcg 100% DV
Daily Average B12 0 mcg, 2 mcg Target
Centrum Men B6 2 mg 100% DV
Daily Average B6 0 mg 12%, 2mg Target
I noticed not all nutrients are shown when the food is added to the Meal. I thought it was just a snapshot of the database but it seems items not shown when building a Meal are not recorded. Is this true?
That seems to have worked!
I know I entered those items before two times but now that I know how to Edit the Foods I can check it out and correct things on my own. I guess because I spend most of my time on the App I did not see a way to edit the Foods.
You have been prompt and concise in helping me and I deeply appreciate that.I recommend this site to everyone I think may benefit. Thank you and your colleagues.
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