What Do Our Trends in Cronometer Tell Us?

Trends Have you ever wondered what all the data in your Cronometer could be useful for? Some people have been logging foods into Cronometer for years and have hundreds of days of entries! If you’re thinking the past is in the past then think again. Then head to the Trends tab. When you go to […]

Food Allergies vs Intolerances

Food allergy

Recent estimates suggest that 3.6% of Americans, or approximately 1 in 25 adults, live with a food allergy or intolerance (1). However, intolerance and allergy are not interchangeable terms for the same condition; rather, they represent two distinct conditions that involve separate systems of the body. Read on to find out more about what distinguishes […]

3 Steps to Mindful Eating

When clients work with me, they expect to talk about their food choices and answer questions like: How many fruits and vegetables do you eat per day? How often do you eat at restaurants in a week? Are your food choices processed or unprocessed? And so on. However, what many people don’t expect is to […]

Introducing Oura!

We are thrilled to announce Oura rings are now supported by Cronometer. This ultra light activity tracker packs a big punch; specializing in delivering you incredibly accurate sleep and activity data. Advanced sensors monitor pulse measurements and body temperature every minute while you sleep then compare that value to values from earlier nights, indicating your […]

Managing IBS with FODMAPs


Understanding IBS Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a functional gastrointestinal disorder afflicting between 10-15% of the U.S. adult population (1). There are no specific tests for IBS, so a diagnosis is made using the Rome IV Diagnostic Criteria (2): Recurrent abdominal pain (on average, at least 1 day/week in past 3 months) associated with two […]

Unsafe in Any Size Glass? A New Study on Worldwide Alcohol Consumption

Alcohol Consumption

A study published in August in The Lancet, one of the world’s most prestigious medical journals, surveyed data from 195 countries on alcohol consumption and health risks, and concluded that “The level of alcohol consumption that minimized harm across health outcomes was zero standard drinks per week.” For those of us who are concerned enough […]

Is Breakfast Really the Most Important Meal of the Day?


Most of us have grown up hearing the old adage that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and health experts have been warning for years that skipping breakfast can lead to weight gain. Yet, with the popularity of intermittent fasting on the rise, the authenticity of this piece of nutrition advice has […]

Why Do We Lie to Our Cronometer?


It’s happened again.  I lied to my Cronometer. Well, I didn’t entirely lie.  I just didn’t tell it the whole truth. I started out the day with good intentions (don’t we all?).  I entered my morning weight in my Cronometer.   I had a plan to eat my usual breakfast, which requires just a few minutes of […]

How much fruit is too much?


Regardless of the type of diet followed, pretty much everyone can agree that eating vegetables is a good idea. However, when it comes to fruit, there is a much louder, contentious debate going on. On one hand, you have the keto folks arguing that the sugar in fruit will cause spikes in blood glucose and […]

2018 – The Year of Low Carb

Low Carb Revolution

Interview with Dr. Richard Feinman, Professor of Cell Biology, Richard Feinman, PhD, is a cell biologist who is widely credited with doing some of the first serious scientific research on the Atkins Diet.  His career has spanned decades as low fat diets waxed and waned in public health recommendations. While he emphasizes not being an […]