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Jan 15th '14, 00:59 AM  
ChunkyBoots
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Gave MFP a quick once over and discovered something new!

I am doing Weight Watchers until about the middle of February (or maybe it's closer to the beginning, I can't remember...) and decided not to renew once the membership is up. I've liked it okay, but it's not been much different than MyFitnessPal, which is FREE! I decided to log back into my old MFP account just to see what's up and discovered that they have incorporated "recent research findings" into their website and as a result, updated their nutritional guidelines. The first thing I noticed immediately was that sugar limits have gone up, as well as protein.

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Jan 15th '14, 14:37 PM  
Olivia
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I have only ever used MyFitnessPal, so I couldn't compare. I wonder why the sugar and protein limits have increased since the last time you logged in.
 
Jan 17th '14, 16:34 PM  
avidian
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The nutritional guidelines seem to always be updated on sites like this. I think some of it has to do with the way people record things. I know I took a long time figuring out what I needed, but if they are pulling information from all members and their diaries I could see where the random changes come from.
 
 
Jan 18th '14, 14:39 PM  
Bevziibubble
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I have never seen the recent research findings part before but it sounds interesting though.
 
 
 
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