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    I mean this in the most supportive way I can in text. There are tools to track O ratios but the point of living better is to not be so regimented and to worry less. But if it makes you feel better to obsess over a subject this won't hurt you. I tend to obsess over my fitness progressions and avoiding bad foods so I completely understand and a good tool for your intrest has been pointed out. Welcome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryanccfshr View Post
    I mean this in the most supportive way I can in text. There are tools to track O ratios but the point of living better is to not be so regimented and to worry less. But if it makes you feel better to obsess over a subject this won't hurt you. I tend to obsess over my fitness progressions and avoiding bad foods so I completely understand and a good tool for your intrest has been pointed out. Welcome!
    I understand.But like all, I get caught up with ...hmm..life, and do the wrong thing. As I said in the original question, I am tired of logging food, but right now - good and bad - I don't eat enough because consuming fats sates my appetite! For example, today I had around 1000 cals, which is WAY TOO LITTLE! I think I will log for some time to figure out what's the good place for me to be. thanks for all your input!

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    Quote Originally Posted by euggen View Post
    you do? bating my breath....
    I wouldn't
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