MyFitnessPal adjusts your calorie goal for the day according to your activity level. The more active you tell the app you are, the more calories it tells you to consume — simple, right? Unfortunately, MFP doesn’t tell you to consume fewer calories when you don’t work out. However, an activity tracker like a FitBit or Apple Watch can help.

If you’re not burning the calories that MyFitnessPal assumes you are, you end up consuming more calories than you should. Luckily, MyFitnessPal has a feature called “negative calorie adjustments,” which works with your activity tracker to provide you with… more

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