Do the vitamin and nutrient stats take absorption levels into account?
When combining foods in one meal that may increase absorption (vitamin c with iron OR vitamin D with calcium) or decrease absorption (phytates or oxates in certain foods that block calcium absorption), does Cronometer account for that? So if I have brown rice (soaked for several hours to reduce phytates) with calcium fortified almond milk, how much calcium am I getting knowing that the rice is blocking some absorption? If I missed another post where this was answered, feel free to direct me. THANK YOU! I Cronometer!