SparkPeople | Giftie Etcetera: SparkPeople

Thursday, April 19, 2007


E convinced me to visit I like the website, but I just don't have time to enter my food into the computer all day. I already have a Palm program, Handyshopper, that calculates the calories of the foods I eat the most, so I plan to use it (along with the SparkPeople website as a "look up" resource) to track my calories.

My calorie goal is between 1400 and 1700 calories per day. That might sound like a lot, but I think it's going to be hard, and I workout a whole lot. Sparkpeople says that is my weight loss point. Also, I plan to add a weekend workout. We shall see.



Frog said...

I don't think that's a lot of calories!

Mamaebeth said...

i was surprised at how easy it is to eat within a low calorie range. the 2000 calorie diet is a lot of food if you eat the right kinds of food. i am shooting for around 1400 calories a day, but, if i go over to 1700, it isn't going to ruin my diet. the hard part for me is giving up prepared/processed foods. they are very conveient but have a lot of calories.

Rachel said...

You know, if you want to up your daily recommended calorie count, there's a simple solution: just get pregnant again.

Mwa ha ha ha ha!

Frog said...

Getting pregnant isn't a good enough reason for me to up my calories! I'll wait!

Janelle smells said...

SO... I have a question. What is a giftie??? I have NO idea!!

Anonymous said...

just join the Army... basic training makes you lose alot of weight