I'm not understand the colors, red, yellow and green. I believe the calories consumed, calories burned and then the last bubble is what i have left or over. Is that based on me losing weight, if that is what my goal is set for?
Are looking at the nutrient target bars? If the bar next to a nutrient is yellow, this means you have not yet hit your minimum. If it is green this means you are between your minimum and maximum targets. If it is red, this means you have exceeded your maximum target. @Susan_RD_101 gave a great explanation in this thread: https://forums.cronometer.com/discussion/1522/how-do-i-read-the-a-red-target
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Hi @denuse_1247 ,
To further this explanation, you may also be seeing the calories summary area.
The first circle indicates the calories you have consumed. The second circle indicates calories burned. The Purple box indicates the number of Calories you have left to consume or left to burn depending on if you have exceeded your calorie target.
You can hover your mouse over the purple box to reveal a pop-up explaining further your calorie budget.
The bars to the right (Red, yellow, blue and green) will indicate your macronutrient consumption in relation to the targets you have set.
If you wish to set a weight goal or adjust your targets, you can do so on the profile tab of your Cronometer account. Learn more about how to do this in our user manual: https://cronometer.com/help/profile/#targets