Add indication of total vitamin and mineral intake per day and the recommended amount to be consumed, so that one can roughly keep track of potential lacks of vitamin and mineral intake.
Thst would be really helpful! Thank you for taking our suggestions into consideration 😊
There is no way to know if we are on track with our vitamines and minerals if we dont have a general guideline. The only reason i took the pro subscription was because i thought this was already build in...Cronometer app had this already. See screenshot
"Reccomended daily intake vitamines and minerals" (suggested by Togar on 2020-08-02), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Please add this to this already awesome app! I'd like to see all the common vitamins and minerals in a list and how much of each I need/how much I've consumed during the day. It would be a great feature and would motivate me and hopefully others to eat certain foods in order to achieve the daily recommended intake. If I'm lacking specific vitamins or minerals, maybe the app could give me suggestions of what to eat to fulfill my needs. Thank you Yazio for being awesome!
Please add this feature ! Besides I am a little confused, because at the end of 2019 I was already working with this app, after that I took a break and tried something else, and as far as I remember, a comparison of the actual daily intake and the proposed amount of vitamines was already included, even without being a "pro". Waht happened ?
Please yes. That will help me a lot. Thanks
Please add this function!! It’s really important to know RDA of each vitamin and mineral
As vegan I would be interested if the B12 content of various foods can be included the vitamin list. Also having a feature to add vitamin B12 supplements.
Currently nutrition of the products is very limited. It is unclear why vitamins B7, C, D, E and K are displayed in a summary details, while other vitamins are not. Moreover, some information of missing vitamins is available in nutrition tables of each product entered (e.g. vitamin A), some cannot be entered even if product is very rich with such vitamin. The same situation with minerals. In summary details there are 5 minerals displayed. On the other hand, in nutrition tables of the products you can enter only 3 minerals. Such important minerals Potassium and Zinc cannot be added when entering new food, but are displayed in a summary. Furthermore, it would be great to have a complete list of vitamins and minerals, because if you really want to follow your diet all minerals and vitamins can be equally important.
There are plenty information on recommended nutrition. For example:
It would be nice to have a comparison of my daily intake to what is recommended to me. That could help users to see major intake mistakes and make corrective actions.
"Add comparison to recommended nutrition" (suggested by Pavel on 2021-06-29), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
"Expansion of nutrition facts of the products" (suggested by Pavel on 2021-06-29), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Sad reality - the main thing I am watching are not calories or fasting but vitamins, the only thing you do not do well (or at all). I love your app, so many functions in one, almost all rounder. But when I compare the vitamins with cronometer it's sad, because I wanna use your app so much... But until you are at least close, I will likely not use your app. (Let me know when this changes, I will be a paying customer if you solve this, thanks)
Add a column with the min or max range of each single component of the daily foods, not only how much sodium is consumed but for example the range within which to stay.
Bonjour pourriez vous ajouté le suivi de nos apports journaliers en vitamines, minéraux et nos apports recommandé, afin d'ajuster nos repas pour manger équilibré.merci d'avance
Currently all vitamins units are in mg. Adjust the unit/measure of respective vitamin to the more comon unit e.g. vitamin B12 unit is usually in µg
"Vitamin units respecting to the daily need" (suggested by Stefan Gatzen on 2022-06-04), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
The way micronutrients are presented is really unhelpful as there is no reference to the recommended dietary intake, so I don’t know how much over or under I am. Why not present these as a % of RDI or put the recommended range next to the name of the nutrient? I would like this understanding of how my diet is meeting my vitamin/mineral needs and this is what I bought Pro for.
Also polyphenols and antioxidant maybe!
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