Lark tracks calories and macronutrients, including protein, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, sugar, and fats. However, Lark emphasizes other components of healthy eating, such as nutrient density and portion control, to promote small changes that can become sustainable habits and lead to long-term success with weight loss, chronic disease management, and other health goals.
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- Welcome to Badges
- How Can I Get The Most Out Of Meal Logging?
- Does Lark support keto, low-carb, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, or Paleo diets?
- What type of diet does Lark suggest I follow?
- Can Lark share my meal data with other apps?
- Does Lark track calories and/or macronutrients?
- I thought that my meal was healthy, but Lark considered it neutral or unhealthy. Why?
- Why does Lark only comment on a few items that I logged and not all of them?
- Can I log a snack and drinks?
- Why Doesn't Lark Recognize The Food I Logged?