Calorie Banking

This would be an incredible feature. Scenarios below:

I have a dinner party on Saturday and want to bank up an extra 500+ calories by saving 100 a day Mon-Fri.

On Tuesday I work out alot but not hungry, yet ravenous on Wednesday and want to eat my Tuesday calorie leftovers.

On Thursday end of day I overeat and go to bed. Ability to work it off over the weekend so it balances by Monday. Aka atonement.

Comments

  • Hi there,

    Ooooh this sounds cool.

    The Nutrition Report gives you the option to view your nutrition averaged over a specified time range. For example, on Saturday you can view your Nutrition Report and see how many calories on average you ate Monday-Friday and what your average calorie deficit would be. Are you thinking of showing the total deficit for that time range too? Then you could say, "I'm 500 under this week and have an extra 500 for my dinner party"

    Then you look at the Nutrition Report on Sunday for Monday-Saturday you could see if you evened it out.

    Karen Stark
    cronometer.com
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  • Karen....yes! Seeing the exact deficit would be helpful. Averages aren't helpful in this scenario. Thank you!

  • Is this something Cronometer is considering? The Nutrition Report shows an average and I'm looking for exacting numbers. Currently I have an excel sheet on my phone home screen that I enter in the daily calorie+/- so I can see where I'm at for the week.

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