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Old Mon, Apr-03-06, 19:19
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Plan: VLC
Stats: 240/145/150 Female 69 inches
BF: 21%, HT: 69"
Progress: 106%
Location: Southern California
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Oh, thanks, Rosebud. I appreciate the information.
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Old Sat, Jun-03-06, 19:32
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Plan: atkins
Stats: 160/160/145 Female 5'1/2
BF:
Progress: 0%
Location: CARIBBEAN (SCOTTISH)
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I Can T Get Anything To Save On My Plan?
I Want To See My Progress When I Log On, It Is Disapointing Not To.
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Old Sat, Jun-03-06, 20:03
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Posts: 19,510
 
Plan: Atkins/PP/BFL
Stats: 400/223/200 Male 5 ft 11
BF:37%/17%/12%
Progress: 89%
Location: Ottawa, ON
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Why do you think it's not saving anything? Provide some details, as you may be doing it wrong

Wa'il
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Old Wed, Jul-19-06, 18:59
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Plan: Healthy Eatting
Stats: 195/173.7/173 Male 180
BF:hmmm about 15%
Progress: 97%
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Hi,
Is it possiable to deduct he exercise i have done from the meals ive eaten so I can see my stats change. eg a 1hr walk can it be deducted from the days meals?

thanks
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Old Thu, Jul-20-06, 00:21
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Rosebud Rosebud is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 235/135/135 Female 5'4
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Progress: 100%
Location: Brisbane, Australia
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Hi,
Is it possiable to deduct he exercise i have done from the meals ive eaten so I can see my stats change. eg a 1hr walk can it be deducted from the days meals?

thanks

I presume you mean deduct calories? I am not aware of a way to do this at present on MyPLAN. But do you realise that you don't really need to count calories on low carb plans, only carbs need be counted?

Perhaps once you have chosen a plan to follow (as I suggested in another post), you will understand better.

I wish you all the best.

Rosebud
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Old Thu, Jul-20-06, 05:07
Losing it Losing it is offline
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Plan: Healthy Eatting
Stats: 195/173.7/173 Male 180
BF:hmmm about 15%
Progress: 97%
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Hey thankyou,

I didnt realise that calorise dont have to be counted?
so I can grill up chicken (low carb) and eat a small about at night so I wont be hungry.

Currently im having vegi soup for tea, and an apple for a later snack but still find myself hungry...

looking foward to hearing from you
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Old Thu, Mar-29-07, 00:31
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Plan: Atkins-ish
Stats: 168/128/115 Female 5 feet 0 inches
BF:
Progress: 75%
Location: Manhattan, NY!
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Just out of curiosity... Does P.L.A.N. stand for anything?
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Old Thu, Mar-29-07, 01:54
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Rosebud Rosebud is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 235/135/135 Female 5'4
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Progress: 100%
Location: Brisbane, Australia
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Just out of curiosity... Does P.L.A.N. stand for anything?

Yep. You'll find the full story here.

Rosebud
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Old Wed, May-16-07, 10:28
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Posts: 48
 
Plan: atkins
Stats: 181.5/169.8/130 Female 61.5 inches
BF:not ms olympia...
Progress: 23%
Location: California
Unhappy New to P.L.A.N.

I posted all of my information in the body fat area, and an updated weight but it isn't showing up. Does it take a while to show up or am I doing something wrong?
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Old Wed, May-16-07, 21:01
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Moonrise Moonrise is offline
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Posts: 234
 
Plan: post-Pregnancy LC
Stats: 287/283.6/180 Female 64 inches
BF:
Progress: 3%
Location: New England, USA
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4EVR, that's my problem, too! I keep entering in new daily weights, but nothing, if you'll pardon the expression, is shifting...

ETA: ah, I've figured it out. Go to UserCP and add the new weight in Edit Profile. I feel dumb now.

M

Last edited by Moonrise : Wed, May-16-07 at 21:09. Reason: new info
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Old Thu, May-17-07, 12:47
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Plan: atkins
Stats: 181.5/169.8/130 Female 61.5 inches
BF:not ms olympia...
Progress: 23%
Location: California
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Thanks! I feel dumberer... haha. Down a pound from yesterday and my calories were about 2375. That is encouraging...only second day but much better than a gain! I tried the Mascarpone Parfait last night and it was ok. I will probably sweeten it a bit more and maybe have it over some sf jello. Felt guilty eating it but I guess since I had a loss it was ok!
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Old Tue, Nov-13-07, 08:39
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Posts: 13
 
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 182/178/140 Female 65"
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How do I figure out my BF%?
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Old Sun, Apr-20-08, 09:06
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Plan: Brittish Clinic diet
Stats: 205/197/135 Female 1.57
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Hi there, can anyone explain to me in simple terms how to use this website? I am not very bright as far as online programs are concerned and when I log on, I do not know where to go and what to do. I just became a member the other day and am still looking for a "book teaching me the basics of how to use this website". See, I told you I was stupid. I get so confused just clicking on this link and then clicking on that link - I honestly don't know what I am doing. Please help!!!! Thanks so much!

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Old Sun, Apr-20-08, 16:09
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Plan: It's anybody's guess!
Stats: 350/250/160 Female 70 inches
BF:
Progress: 53%
Location: Oregon
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If you're looking for information about the site in general, i.e. not specifically the My P.L.A.N. tool, then click on the link below and read every item:

http://forum.lowcarber.org/showthread.php?t=95688

If you have any further questions about using the site, you can ask questions on the "Comments Box and Technical Forum," which you will find at the bottom of the main page of the website.
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Old Tue, Nov-11-08, 06:10
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Ladybug LC Ladybug LC is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 121/119/110 Female 5
BF:
Progress: 18%
Location: USA
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Hi, I'm new to the marvellous world of My PLAN and I love it. Now, I'm in trouble when I search for some basic products for my diet. For instance, when I search for sour cream or Mayo, a lot of options come up for each product but they are low fat or fat free version... I cannot find the whole version to add to my list... Am I doing something wrong? Thanks in advance for your help
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