I am curious if Cronometer has considered implementing a food sensitivities section based on the food entries used from NCCDB data source?
It would be nice to see how much traces of oxalates, lectins, histamine, FODMAPs, gluten etc are found in the quantity of foods that one may consume to troubleshoot if they are consuming too much of something based on symptoms.
I realise this would be an epic project to implement, has it been considered?
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IS THERE A WAY THAT WE CAN TRACK THESE IN THE FOODS LIKE WE DO FOR MINERALS / VITAMINS... IT WOULD TRULY BE HELPFUL FOR US WHO ARE PRONED TO GETTING KIDNEY STONES.
I am really pleased with this app. It has helped me gain 2 pounds since I started tracking my foods with the app. My goal is to gain 10 pounds in total then maintain that weight.
Thank you Chronometer!
I don't often read the wife's magazines, but the cover of the November issue of FIRST MAGAZINE caught my eye. It claimed "Drop 48 lbs. by Christmas" So, being that this is the November issue, we are talking about dropping 6 lbs. or more for 8 weeks. And this can be accomplished by using the 16 hour fasting method in combination with Dr. Oz's special soup. Coming from a guy who has had to defend his claims in front of Congress, this one is hard to swallow. The article even claimed that some women reported losing up to 16 lbs. per week ..... whaaaaaat???? Reminds me of the old cabbage soup diet that left you on the brink of nutritional death for weeks on end.
This is something that would be a benefit for gold members. Currently when you paste a food from another day, it also copies over that day's time. It would be nice to have an option to also paste at the current timestamp so you don't have to go back and edit it.