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.
Articles in this section
- How Can I Get The Most Out Of Meal Logging?
- What Foods Should I be Choosing?
- How are Badges Different from Meal Ratings?
- What does a “Healthy,” “Neutral,” or “Unhealthy” Meal Mean?
- What do Green, Red, and Yellow Badges Mean?
- How does the Badge System Work?
- What are Badges?
- Does Lark have a keto, low carb, vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, or Paleo option?
- What type of diet does Lark suggest I follow?
- Can I export my meal data?