I would love to be able to track soluble and insoluble fibers separately since they each perform a useful function and each has separate targets. Is that something that might come down the pipeline?
Hello @lslater ,
We do not list soluble and insoluble separately because this information is not generally available from nutrition labels and analyses. At the moment, we would not be able to provide accurate tracking.
Once the data does become available, it is something we'll be looking into!
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I can see how that would make it hard to build an accurate database! I wonder if it would be possible to add this as an option when tracking custom foods? I'd happily do my own entry for, say, asparagus, if I could have this information.
In the meantime, I suppose this is the kind of thing I could track in "Notes."
Yes, in the meantime you could track in notes!
If you are a Gold subscriber, you could also create a custom biometric to keep track.
I am also following a doctor's diet guidelines and would like to be able to track insoluble fiber. I could recognize that only certain foods needed to have this designation... I'm trying to hit a target, so once I know I've hit that target, then the number doesn't have to be too exact. I know meat isn't going to have any. I'd like to see this as a paid feature. I hope you guys can solve this!