You Don’t Know What You Need

If you use Cronometer religiously, you can find out what your diet is deficient in, and then make the adjustment either with foods that have the missing nutrient or with supplements. Without Cronometer, you won’t know. For instance, I now know that I’m routinely deficient in iodine, choline and lysine and often low in calcium.

Cronometer even has a function where you plug in the missing nutrient, and it will tell you the top 25 foods that contain it.

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