Cronometer – Food Logging
i currently serve on the faculty at 3 universities (including Johns Hopkins University) so I respect data-driven recommendations. One of my best tools for gathering nutrition data is Cronometer, which states it is “the most accurate, comprehensive nutrition tracking app on earth” and I would agree. My nutrition clients are asked to track their food using Cronometer – I’d say this puts me squarely into the category of “tough love” practitioner. If you’d like to learn more, I invite you to view my Cronometer tutorial on YouTube:
I started BrainFood Nutrition because I’m passionate about helping others optimize their health using the power of nutrition. As faculty at Johns Hopkins University I’m fortunate to have access to the latest nutritional research, and my mission is to help you by sharing best practices, tips, and tricks I’ve learned through research and my own clinical experience.
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