"You can still eat ... cals today"
I wonder what you think about this sentence, because for me it makes me want to eat those calories I "can still eat today" and likely go over them.
It's deceiving, because I have already reached my calorie goal, but because I excercised it "allows" me more - and I think it should not. Maybe rather than saying you "can", it should say "you have a deficit of ... cals today"
This would give an overview of what I have burnt, rather than inviting me to eating more, when my intake goal is already reached.
If it's a number that is way under the recommended intake it could be red, to recommend to eat more. Or an option to select "fasting mode" to avoid the warnings.