Thank you for your reply. I now have kept my Food Tracker Diary for 12 days. When I hit the weekly macro and micro reports I get a blank page with the category headings but no results. I am using an iPad to keep track. Not sure what the problem is. I copied the page below to show what does appear. Any suggestions? Thank you! Ania
My cholesterol is in the 250s, although the ratio of good to bad is excellent. I am retired, not overweight, exercise 6 days a week wiith one of the following: aqua aerobics, yoga, ai chi. Aqua Zumba, elliptical or recumbent bike, lift weights once a week. best shape of my life now that i am retired.
I Eat a very healthy diet soIi was shocked to see my cholesterol numbers. My doctor sent me to a nutritionist. I spoke to the nutritionist on the phone, and she felt that she did not need to see me at this point. She suggested that I keep a food diary and pointed me to this site. I am not finding it difficult to track every meal on the food diary.
Go to Trackers and scroll down to Food Diary (the icon is an apple on a green background). Once you start entering meals there is a Reports option next to the Diary above your meal and that brings you to options for reports. I cannot make that work. The nutritionist suggested that I keep these reports to see what my nutrients are, before I come in to see her.
Hi Steph, I cleared my history on my iPad and still no reports. However, after your verification that you could see my reports, I went onto my PC, logged in, and voila! I saw my reports. I wonder if this is an iPad issue? Thank you so much for your help! Ania
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