Need collapsing diary category entries. To much scrolling up and down the page to see results in bottom section, nutrients, kcal, etc...
Just recently switched from Carb Manager to Cronometer. I love Cronometer, but the one thing I REALLY REALLY miss is the ability to import a recipe from a URL, aka all the keto food blogs with recipes.
Thanks for your hard work, love the app!
Would like to see a Mediterranean Diet Profile available. :-)
Any plans to add a Cronometer Amazon Echo (Alexa) skill?
Sometimes I forget to log a snack because the computer isn't nearby, or my hands are busy at work.
Strava, if we could import only certain activity types. I don't know if that's feasible.
Here's the issue. Strava's power based calories for cycling are pretty spot on. They assume about 20% efficiency, which is well supported by exercise science. Their running calories, however, are off the mark. Mayhew's equation, which is well-supported, is 0.97 kcal / kg / km. Strava for some unexplained reason uses 1.23 kcal / kg / km where km is gradient adjusted.
So I'd like to be able to import cycling directly from Strava instead of going through Apple Health. But I'd like to manually enter my running, since Cronometer's calorie numbers based on pace are more accurate.
I had a pop-up come up asking me for feedback for 2020. I exited, but thought of something that I would like to see. I would like to see the Oracle help me choose some foods that would round my day. For example, if I ate too much of one macro and I need to figure out something for dinner, it would be cool if the Oracle give options of x, y or z to get more of the lacking macro.
I just want to preface this by saying this is my personal opinion (as I try to answer questions as objectively as possible).
I think where we might agree to disagree is on our view of supplements; I can acknowledge that a vegan diet does not meet 100% of all RDAs, while simultaneously recognizing that those RDAs may not be relevant to vegans (which means approaching them as conservatively as possible). From a population standpoint, we should be promoting a diet that does the most good for the greatest number of people and has the lowest impact on global warming. With regard to the latter, it's difficult to dispute that any other diet, other than plant-based, is the solution.
With regard to nutrition, I tend to look at foods and diets as net positives vs. net negatives. For example, a plant-based diet can lower the risk of many chronic diseases, and provided it's unprocessed, tends to be protective against obesity and cancer. Yet, it needs to be supplemented. In this view, I feel like the benefits outweigh the negatives.
With more animal-centric diets, I tend to consider if those animal products displace other, more nutritious foods and if there are any negative (measurable) effects of such a diet (which includes a consideration of the environmental impact of our food choices - all dietitians should be considering this IMO). While I do think small amounts of animal products have negligible impacts, we tend to struggle with moderation as a society. So my opinion on omnivore diets and the overall healthfullness and environmental benefit comes down to the specific type of diet that is followed.
All this to say, I think there are many ways that humans can eat and be healthy but based on research (most recently the EAT Lancet report), I do think a more plant-centric diet has the greatest positive impact on both human and environmental health.
I believe cronometer to be more accurate than MFP with their database.
I would love to be able to get an EPA / DHA breakdown as well.
Paprika App Integration!! This app allows me to create meal plans, shopping lists, pull in recipes from a URL, etc. https://www.paprikaapp.com/
Since you are a small team, adding this integration would allow you to meet many requests without creating your own version. Works with iOS, android, mac, windows.