Tracking my diet online?

Discussion in 'Macros & Micros' started by Bruv, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. Bruv

    Bruv Member

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    I had not used it in ages but I have a food log on PaleoTrack.com that I have just started using again to help me figure out where I am and what adjustments I need to make now that I have started following some of Ray Peats recomendations. It tells me the carbs, protein and fat (broken down into sat, mono and poly and also omega 6 and 3) and also the vitamins and minerals and the RDI. I noticed that so far I am way over the 100% of RDI for about half of the vitamins and minerals but way under the RDI fo others, particularly for vits E, D and K. Is the RDI relevant to this way of eating? Is there another tracker that is better suited to this way of eating?
     
  2. 4peatssake

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    A number of us are using Cronometer.

    Cromometer
     
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    Bruv

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    It was quite late when I posted this and realised afterwards that I don't usually concern myself with vitamin D. I live on a warm-hot Mediterranean island and it's sunny nearly all year round and I work outside a lot of the time.

    I'll give the cronometer a go. Thanks
     
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