Oh, I forgot to mention that while following food, I also used a fasting application to follow my food window and fasted between 14 and 16 hours a day, which also helped me a lot in losing weight and reducing hunger. Aborigines may also prefer chronometrics because, unlike many foods that follow applications, they do not assume that you are trying to be keto or even low in carbohydrates. However, if you are serious about your ketosis, I recommend that you keep a record of your foods for at least a week or two at the beginning to make sure you are on the right track. If you are trying to get an unbiased view of how you eat, I recommend that you keep your food on paper for a few days and then enter it into an application for nutrition information. How and when food is tracked depends on why you do it. At one time, food monitoring was taken for granted, a necessary tool for anyone who wanted to lose weight or improve their health. The fact is that monitoring your diet can be a useful exercise to better understand what you are bringing to your body. This is usually good, but when it comes to getting an accurate snapshot, it’s not a good idea to change the way you eat based on the data. For example, if you’re preparing a bottle of chili, don’t just choose the “chili” entry in your food tracking application. All entries are based on official databases, so they are as accurate as possible and contain fairly detailed nutritional information. If you’re trying to control what you eat, it’s best to get into your food before you eat it. It is much easier to keep track of foods when preparing simple meals: protein, vegetables, healthy fats. Of course, you can look at the size of meat portions and measure your broccoli in a measuring cup instead of buying a scale. Depending on how the food is prepared and the size of the portions you receive, your specific meal may vary slightly or significantly.