Cronometer Lowers Risk of Micronutrient Deficiency in Diet Plans
REVELSTOKE, BC, April 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Cronometer, a micronutrient tracking app, announces the addition of Immune System Nutrition Scores and women's Nutrition Targets to their mobile app. This announcement is significant to the 50 million American adults managing their health through diets1 that specify calorie intake but not micronutrients levels. Ignoring proper micronutrients levels has been shown to contribute to several major illnesses, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer, and osteoporosis2.
"Cronometer is a great tool. We can adjust the targets for any nutrient for each person, we can keep other data (such as blood sugars or sleep time) in the same platform, and we find the charts and reports actually useful!" said Christopher Gardner, Faculty Director and Director of Nutrition Studies Group, Stanford University. "People find the entry of foods is easy with many shortcuts available and a robust food database with accurate nutrient information, which helps them stick to their diets."
Benefits of the Cronometer micronutrient mobile tracking app include:
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