Does Chronometer eventually work out a more accurate BMR?
I've used Chronometer on and off for a couple of years, and having just found out I'm pregnant I signed up for Gold. I've got my macros set to fixed as I'm not trying to diet, just make sure I'm getting all the nutrition I need.
The thing that confuses me is the calories. I've never been a calorie counter and I've also always been able to eat whatever I want without putting any weight on. Yes that is annoying as much as others might think I'm lucky! My BMI is 19.6 and I've been trying to get it to 20 for about 2 years, but nothing seems to do it!
I've got my weight set to maintain weight as I know I don't need to gain anything in the first trimester.
I'm just wondering, if I use this for a while and my weight doesn't change, will Chronometer realise and change the amount of calories I'm allowed to maintain weight?
At the moment I'm just ignoring it but I don't like seeing that I've got -110 or so calories left for the day as it makes me feel like I'm over eating. I've got a pretty nutritious diet and seem to be overindulging in everything pretty equally, I think I just have a fast metabolism.
I'm also wondering if there's anything else I need to keep an eye on? I've read the blog post on tracking when pregnant so this was the main thing really.