Thermogenic Effect of Food
It's my first week with cronometer, and I posted this in the wrong forum before, so thought I'd post here. Just learning everything, but the first thing I noticed was that for calories burned it only had activity and BMR. Shouldn't there also be a TEF (thermogenic effect of food component)? This can add a significant amount to the daily burn, especially if there is a high protein percentage.
Thanks for the great resource, and thanks for the help,