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3/16/20 5:44 P

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3/3/20 12:17 P

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Hi,

Congrats on how well you have done!

You can go to your Weight Goals page (www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/weight_edit.as
p
), update your info there and click the Save button. Our system will then calculate your new nutrition ranges/goals, which you can see on your Nutrition Tracker page.

If you are not already in our Diabetes Program, you might think about joining that. There is a link to join on this page www.sparkpeople.com/resource/living-with-d
iabetes.asp
.

I hope this helps!

Spark_Merle

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3/3/20 7:49 A

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This may not be the place for this but I would like some feedback. In October I was hit with the fact that my glucose level was in the diabetic range. I immediately started watching my eating. A nutritionist counciled me to limit carbs and since November 1 I have lost 32 lb. I am within 3 lb of the weight I would like to maintain but I'm not sure how to figure out the right levels to maintain rather than lose.

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