Long time user and big fan of Cronometer!
I am aware of (eu) several data sets that contain values for embodied CO2 levels in various foods. I wondered whether this would be something that could be implemented in the future?
With access to the data, it is possible! Are you looking at the CO2 content in the foods you eat, or the environmental impact of the foods you eat i.e. the carbon footprint of different foods?
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Yes the environmental impact. You could even extend the oracle to suggest a more eco friendly diet based on your daily intakes.
Lots of apps offer this already, but in isolation. Being able to utilise Cronometer’s existing platform would make it quite a powerful tool.
Be sure to factor in the CO2 you breath in from wearing a mask.