Prescriptions.

Some of them contain inorganic phosphates. And I have to track those.

Answers

  • Hi cdlvj,

    If you know the inorganic phosphate content of your medications add them as a custom food to Cronometer.

    If it makes more sense to separate inorganic phosphates from total phosphorus, then I would recommend creating a custom biometric for inorganic phosphate. Then you can log the amount when you've taken your medication.

    I hope that helps you track them more easily!

    Karen Stark
    cronometer.com
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