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The Journal is where you will log your meals, activity, water and view your daily meal plan.

Search for foods by clicking on the Add Food symbol in the Journal Create a new food by adding your food or using the recipe nutritional information to create your own recipe. Use the Add More ⊕ symbol to log additional foods.

Click Add More under the water section to track the cups of water you drink each day. The recommended daily intake is 8 cups per day.

Keep track of your daily exercise goals. You can log the exercise by creating an activity, entering the duration of your exercise and how much calories you burned. Note that the calories burned during exercise are not credited towards your calorie goal for the day.

The recommended daily calories provides a range based on your goal. This number is for reference purposes only. You do not need to end up at the exact amount. Women must not go below 1200 calories per day and men must not go below 1500 calories per day. Calories burned during exercise are not credited towards your calorie goal for the day. Your activity levels have been accounted for in your Recommended Daily Calorie.

If you are unable to find a food item in our database, you can create your own custom food. You can create a custom food by adding your food details by clicking on the Add Food. You can also create a custom food by entering your recipe measurements to get the nutritional information. You can add your custom foods to your Favourites. Your recipes are saved in the Recipes section.

Every food you add to your journal is classified under a food group like Milk and Dairy, Grains to name a few. The food groups are color coded: Grains: Orange Color Vegetables: Green Color Fruits: Red Color Fats and Oil: Yellow Color Milk and Diary: Blue Color Meat, Fish and Nuts: Purple Others - Grey

You can get the nutritional value of your own recipe by measuring the ingredients in your recipe in grams or ml and entering it into the ingredients field. EatRytte will use the measurements and food types to determine the accurate calories, carbohydrate, protein and fats within your recipe.

You can use the portion size to split your recipe into your desired serving size. Enter the number you want your recipe to be portioned into and EatRytte will provide your recipe nutritional information per portion size.

This is the percent of your recommended daily macro nutrients customized based on the recommended daily calories. Sticking to the daily goal recommendation would enable you achieve your weight goals faster.

We recommend using the 30-30-40 rule. This means your daily recommended calories should be split to 30% Breakfast and Snack, 30% Lunch and Snack, 40% Dinner and Snack. Note that this is just a guide and you can be flexible with it. Tips 1. If you are not an individual that snacks you don't have to split the percentages between the actual meal and snack. 2. Depending on when you think you eat the most, you can move the bulk of your calories intake to that time. For example if you are okay with a light breakfast but like to eat heavy at night, you can use a 20-30-50 rule. Remember the goal is to always remain within the recommended daily calories.

BMI is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women. BMI is not used for muscle builders, long distance athletes, pregnant women, the elderly or young children. This is because BMI does not take into account whether the weight is carried as muscle or fat, just the number. Those with a higher muscle mass, such as athletes, may have a high BMI but not be at greater health risk. Those with a lower muscle mass, such as children who have not completed their growth or the elderly who may be losing some muscle mass may have a lower BMI. During pregnancy and lactation, a woman's body composition changes, so using BMI is not appropriate.