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Nutracheck - how much does it usually cost
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tassedecafe · 27/05/2020 17:39

I usually use MFP and have done for years but tried this and quite like it.
May well just be that a change is a good as rest!

I keep getting emails telling me it is 29.99 and this is 30% rate that wil expire tonight. I'd rather mull it over a and see if I miss it after my trial so wonder if this was:
a great offer and too good to miss
or
it will the keep sending me offers until last with my cash!

Finally -How much is it normally?
What shall I do.

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tassedecafe · 27/05/2020 22:59

Ooh thanks will have a look - getting fed up of mfp never finding what I need when I search something simple like an onion!

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LeGrandBleu · 27/05/2020 20:45

cronometer.com is totally free and covers all my need. Check it out and see if it would suit you. You can adult your daily value, so I have put a higher fibre daily target, lowered my protein and so on.

I like it

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