As I've been digging through it seems that have been countless requests over the years to have some manner of offline use. Most everyone seems to agree with even a limited option. Something that will allow a user to get into their diary and just add food without having to connect to a data base. Then you could flag those entries for the user to follow up on and select a food database to pull from.
It would be hugely beneficial for anyone that travels or frequents areas of low to no cell service to stay consistent with their logging which from my understanding is part of the company mission to begin with.
Because I am working with a nutritionist, I now have to use MyFitnessPal to track everything so I can continue my progress.
Currently, there are no ways to search the diary page other than line by line inspection. Providing a "search engine" for the diary page would be a time saver. Particularly for those of us that maintain a very large multi-page diary. Thus, we request that such search capability to be provided by the Cronometer team.
Just want to wish everyone a Happy and Successful New Year!!! Love this community and the awesome Cronometer Team!!!
It is my understanding that Cronometer has a license to the NCC database. So, I'm unclear as to why we as users aren't given full access to every food component that is measured for that database. According to the NCC, they measure everything an enormous number of things:
I would love to be able to track phytic acid, oxalic acid, betaine, all forms of B6, and animal vs plant polyunsaturated fatty acids. Is there a practical reason why we aren't given access to those details?