Cholesterol daily goal dwhowell11 — May 17, 2017 02:04PM PDT
Is there a way to change the daily goal to reflect the 2013 and 2015 changes made by the American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association and Dietary Guidelines for Americans — co-developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services? There should no longer be a 300mg limit. Eggs (no more than 7 a week) have been shown to be good for you despite high dietary cholesterol.
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Maximiliano MyFitnessPal Agent May 17, 2017 02:27PM PDT
If you are following a different recommended plan from your doctor or nutritionist, you can adjust many of your goals in our mobile apps or on our full site at www.myfitnesspal.com. (Mobile app users should log in using the same username and password they use in the app, when visiting the site).
Website, Windows Phone and BlackBerry UsersLog in to http://www.myfitnesspal.com in a web browser Click “My Home”, then “Goals”, then click the “Change Goals” button at the bottom of the page. Choose the “Custom” option and you’ll be taken to a page where you can set your own targets for all of the nutrients we track. Once you’ve saved your changes, those same changes will appear in the app the next time the app syncs to the website Windows Phone and BlackBerry users can adjust their Net Calorie goal directly in the app on the “More” page by tapping “Edit Profile” then “Net Calorie Goal.”
In our Android and iOS appsTap “Goals” in the Menu (or “More” page) Tap the settings to adjust your weight change and macronutrient goals (Fat, Protein Carbs) Tap “Advanced Nutritional Goals” to adjust additional micronutrient goals
MyFitnessPal distributes fat, carb and protein calories based on a percentage, in five percent increments. If you customize your macronutrient goals, all three goals will adjust to total 100%. If you have a very precise goal, in grams, for protein, carbs, or fat, you may only be able to come close to setting that goal, based on the nearest percentage. If you wish to track a specific gram goal, we recommend monitoring the “total” value in your diary for this nutrient, rather than the “remaining” total.