By dotFIT experts
By dotFIT experts
on April 01, 2010
High-speed Internet access, one of these supported browsers More...
By dotFIT experts
on March 30, 2010
When you increased your activity level and logged your food, making you more aware, you lost weight. Then the holidays hit and you got a little loose on the eating and your weight went back up. Very normal. More...
By dotFIT experts
on February 25, 2009
You answered your own question by using the word “average”. First, your exercise was added into your daily burn when you answered this question as you created your program, “how would you describe your current activity level?” More...
By dotFIT experts
on February 25, 2009
Your estimated average daily energy expenditure (expected calories burned) is a calculation taken from your personal statistics and a complete week’s view of your typical daily activities. This daily average of calories burned is then used to create your starting suggested calorie intake that will allow you to reach your goal on the date you desire. More...
No, especially if you only consume normal amounts of soy once or twice a day. Earlier animal studies and poorly controlled More...

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