What App for Tracking Nutrition?

I haven’t used it in a while, so I went in today after my ride to take screenshots for @CaptainThunderpants, and my ride wasn’t there. I waited a while, but when it didn’t port over, I disconnected GC and reconnected it. Synced a few times, but nothing. I then went and connected Apple Health and Strava. Went back in a few minutes later and had both a Garmin ride and a Strava ride. So…I’m not sure if it came from GC, Apple Health, or somehow the reconnect or even the Strava Connect did something. I’m going to start by disconnecting Strava and see what happens tomorrow.

Thanks for the push to troubleshoot it guys. It’s frustrating, but I’ve paid for it and should take the time to get it to work right.

@WindWarrior - you’re right. It is confusing how it applies Garmin data. It shows this, which is confusing because you have to ask yourself if it’s porting over the workout or or daily steps or…just what to get to those numbers. I think my comment about “it magically decides when or if it’s going to give you bonus calories” came from me thinking that the workout was included in this number…but I’m not sure if it is or isn’t?

Edit: just so I don’t confuse anyone, I DID now get a workout to come over.

I’ve never used it, but just heard about this app from Dr Layne Norton (gives me high hopes)

I tried it and all my meals were lumped together- is there a way to set up 5 meals a day or is that a paid feature?

That’s a paid feature but it’s well worth it.

Got it - gonna wait a while and see if any Black Friday or NY specials pop up, thanks.

I’m all in on Zoe. I think it’s excellent. I’ve lost 5kg of fat in a couple of months and it’s a very sustainable loss. It’s very different to MFP etc because the test phase at the start educates you about what you should be eating, but the logging is then straightforward, steers you in the direction of the right foods for your body and gives you your macros. I’m feeling considerably better day to day using it. My only criticism is it doesn’t integrate with any of the fitness apps, so it doesn’t take into account exercise, but it’s pretty easy for the averagely educated amateur athlete to calibrate accordingly.