What's the difference between a target, budget, and range goal?
When creating or editing a goal, you have the option to determine what kind of goal you'd like it to be: a target, budget, or range goal.
Budgets: You want to eat no more than the specified amount
Targets: You want to eat at least the specified amount
Range: You want to eat between the two specified amounts
Here are some examples to illustrate the differences:
If you want to lose weight and restrict your calorie intake, when making a calorie goal, choose "Budget". This way, a day will be considered successful if you eat less than the indicated calorie (or kJ) amount.
If you are wanting to make sure you are getting enough water or protein in a day, you'll want to select "Target". This way, a day will be considered successful if you eat at least the indicated amount.
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