Understand Your Natural Habits
Get Recommendations that Work for You
We all have habits, many we may not even be aware of. When it comes to eating, many of these habits originate from how our families ate or the quality of health education we received in school. As adults we are constantly exposed to fad diets touted as the Missing Secret Ingredient in your journey to health and wellness.
All these factors may result in nutrition habits that may not necessarily be what is right for us. The only way to objectively determine your unique nutrition needs is to gather data. Then you can identify eating habits that aren’t doing you any favors, and make a change.
Your Solid Health account makes it extremely easy to track this data. As you log your meals in the app, our smart technology analyzes its nutritional content (our database contains literally thousands of food items), and aligns it with patterns in your workouts and other activity. The result is a clear picture of what’s going on with your body, and how your diet contributes to, or detracts from, the success of your workouts.
How to Leverage Pattern Insights
Identifying your eating habits, good and bad, is only the first step. Sharing this data with a coach gives them valuable insight into how to help you improve your overall health. For example, they may recommend you increase your post-workout protein portion to accelerate recovery, or modify meal portions to reduce sluggishness during workouts. Once you are connected to a coach, they can see the logged meal and workout data that you choose to share with them, and provide feedback.
Together, you can build a comprehensive program that combines analysis of your diet and workouts to really help you reach your full potential both inside and outside the gym.
Even without a coach, Solid Fit has your back when it comes to optimizing your diet. The natural recommendation engine in the product analyzes your logged data, identifies eating patterns and activity levels, then presents you with ‘smart’ recommendations for improvement. This includes optimal times of day, and specific food items you should include in your diet to make sure you are getting the right macros and micros.