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exercise tracking and adding calories to food jennyrose6 — Sep 06, 2019 01:36PM PDT

So I want my exercise tracked but I don't want the exercise calories added to my 1200 daily limit. Is that possible? I've been looking all over and can't figure it out. I want to eat to 1200 calories a day regardless of exercise or not.

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Logan MyFitnessPal Agent Sep 06, 2019 02:59PM PDT

Hey thanks for posting your question.

Advanced users, users with dietary instructions from a physician or nutritionist, or athletes with specific performance needs may benefit from the features of MyFitnessPal Premium, which include the option to turn off, or modify the behavior of, exercise calories. You can learn more about exercise calories, and the options provided by MyFitnessPal Premium, in this article: https://myfitnesspal.desk.com/customer/portal/articles/1027478-why-do-my-daily-nutrient-values-and-my-calorie-goal-change-when-i-log-exercise-

As a workaround, in the free version, some users will simply look at the food value in their calorie summary, rather than the calories remaining amount.

We hope this helps. Please let us know if you have any other problems or questions. We wish you all the success in reaching and maintaining your health and fitness goals.

Warm Regards,
Logan
MyFitnessPal Staff

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