Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for May 22, 2006


Today I come across an online nutrition calculator. Here is what it says:

Daysworth Nutrition Calculator

This powerful new tool can help you in countless ways. Use the Daysworth Nutrition Calculator to determine your nutritional status. Just select a single food or build your own personal menu from over 6,000 food choices. The online calculator will determine your nutritional status based on the foods you eat.

Keep track of your calories, fat and carbohydrate intake to help with your weight loss goals. Monitor your intake of cholesterol, total fat and saturated fats to help ensure optimal heart health. Watch your protein and carbohydrate levels to make sure you’re getting enough for optimal athletic performance and muscle growth. Check your fiber intake to help maintain regularity and prevent uncomfortable or unhealthy conditions. Guarantee your diet includes all of the essential vitamins and minerals you need to maintain good health. 

And the best thing of all? It’s totally free! I register with the site and I enter all of the foods for today.

With my healthy new diet eating oatmeal and apples for breakfast, a tuna sandwich with tomatoes for lunch, a banana for an afternoon snack and halibut fish with broccoli and potatoes for dinner, I should have no problem.

Today’s diet, according to the calculator I am deficient in ten vitamins and minerals based on the daily recommended allowance. Good thing I’m not tracking my old diet. I’m in deep trouble…

May 22, 2006 - Posted by | Health | , , ,

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