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    Strawberries and oranges are not bad either
    Not for IBS.
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    At the expense of the American dream, American dream
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    I just found paleotrack and I like it much better than fitday and sparkpeople. It automatically shows me my potassium/sodium ratio which seems to be low and that's what I'm trying to improve.

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    +1 for paleotrack. You can add custom foods and recipes and it calculates data for one serving. It also shows omega 3:6 ratio, fiber etc. And no red warnings that you overate fat
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