Impact/consequences of slightly incorrect data
Along with most people here, I'm pretty picky about the correctness of the nutrition data that Cronometer brings up, and I've submitted corrections for more than 70% of the foods I've scanned so far (a bit shocking how many were inaccurate).
But I'm also aware of my OCD tendencies. And the data is not THAT far off. A few percentages here and there. Compared to not tracking at all, Cronometer is a massive improvement. And since calories are the only determinant of weight loss, micronutrients matter for general health rather than weight loss. General health is far less quantifiable, and we have daily variations in how we feel and function far greater than what we think some micronutrient balance could cause - due to sleep, daily events, social interactions and a host of environmental factors other than nutrition.
So how big can be the actual consequences of nutrition data being slightly off? I'm talking about verified (as humanly possible in your experience) consequences that you could personally vouch have been due to incorrect (but not egregiously so) nutrition data?