Caffeine is supported, why not nicotine? Would be useful to be able to track it.
Is there data on nicotine content of, well, anything?
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Data on nicotine content in smokeless tobacco products seems to be readily available (see, e.g., table 1 of this study). I suspect there's similar data out there regarding nicotine content in cigarettes. Other products such as Zyn and nicotine gum identify the nicotine content on the product label.
I doubt, however, that any of this information is collected the database that Cronometer uses (NCCDB, USDA, CNF, etc.).
That's true, there are no tobacco and nicotine products in the food databases. I would recommend tracking these items as a custom biometric for now. You can enter in the dose when you consume these items to view your intake in a graph in the Trends tab to see your intake over time.
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I didn't know that custom biometrics would show up in the charts. Thank you.