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The Key to Successful Weight Loss

Another post by our expert registered dietitian, Susan McFarlane. This time, Susan tackles the tricky subjects of hunger, satiety and the factors that contribute to them. When it comes to successful weight loss, there is no magic pill, powder, or potion that will give you results you want without requiring you to make significant and

New Year, New Goals, New Diet? The best (and easiest) way to go Keto!

Oh hi! I’m Ben Sit, a Sports Dietitian with a busy private practice in Toronto, Ontario working with athletes and anyone looking to live a healthier and active lifestyle.  I’m also a nutrition contributor at Cronometer.com, answering and writing about nutrition and health related topics with a special focus on the Ketogenic Diet and this

Why is my weight plateauing?

Guest post by Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist utilizing cronometer.com to help run a busy private practice in Ontario, discussing the challenge of hitting a weight plateau: As a Registered Dietitian specializing in weight loss and bariatric nutrition, a week doesn’t go by where a client doesn’t ask me why his weight loss has plateaued.

Cronometer 2017: The Year in Review

  We’re wrapping up a pretty huge year for us here at Cronometer. We’re still a relatively small company, but 2017 saw a lot of growth in our business. Our customer-base grew nearly 100% over last year, and we passed a major milestone in March, getting our one millionth signup!  We added 4 new full-time

Setting Successful New Year’s Resolutions

Another guest post from Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist utilizing cronometer.com to help run a busy private practice in Ontario, discussing the challenge of new year’s resolutions. I love setting New Year’s resolutions. The chance to start fresh, turn over a new leaf, and create habits that help me become the best version of myself

How to Stay on Track during the Holidays

Another guest post from Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist utilizing cronometer.com to help run a busy private practice in Ontario, discussing the challenge of healthy eating during the holidays.   There’s a reason most people set health and fitness goals after the holidays; changing or maintaining your health habits is difficult to do in the

Understanding Cronometer’s Nutrient Ratios – Calcium & Magnesium

Another guest post from Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist running a busy private practice in Canada’s capital of Ottawa, Ontario, explaining the benefits of the calcium and magnesium information you can get from  Cronometer.com (https://cronometer.com). Included at the end are links to Susan’s previous article’s. Calcium What is calcium and why do I need it?

6 tips for getting the most from your nutrition data

At Cronometer, we pride ourselves in having the best, most comprehensive nutrition database on the market. Cronometer is a powerful tool for tracking your nutrition in great detail. However, with great power comes great responsibility. Nutrition science and nutrition data is a messy business, and in order to get the most out of Cronometer, it

Building a Healthy Baby

Another guest post from Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist running a busy private practice in Canada’s capital of Ottawa, Ontario, detailing using Cronometer.com (https://cronometer.com) to help in building a healthy baby. Included at the end are links to Susan’s previous article’s. Pregnancy is a time of incredible excitement and joy in the lives of parents-to-be.

Understanding Cronometer’s Nutrient Ratios – Zinc/Copper

Another guest post from Susan Macfarlane, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist running a busy private practice in Canada’s capital of Ottawa, Ontario, detailing Cronometer.com’s  (https://cronometer.com) nutrient ratios. Click here to see Susan’s previous article on nutrient ratios: https://cronometer.com/blog/understanding-cronometers-nutrient-ratios/ Zinc/Copper There has been a lot of discussion in the Cronometer forums about the ideal ratio of dietary zinc