Quoted from yvonnebToday I changed the frequency setting on SWAMI from "Compute Best" to "More frequent/ Larger portions".
I would have expected all categories to go up by the roughly the same percentage (think)
What's your thoughts?
I am VERY tempted to take the average between the two
Quoted TextNow having ticked the 'inflammation' box on both calculations I am surprised to see the huge increase in carbohydrates, them being the prime suspect for inflammation in O's!
follow those values until you get your weight back in check....then decide what you want to continue doing
the carbs swami gives you are not that many choices, right?
I know that my avoid carbs would cause me a lot of inflammatory issues, but not the right carbs, those which are beneficials......those help metabolize my system
SWAMI give you a variety of settings.
Why not let SWAMI calculate something less than "More frequent/ Larger portions"?
Quoted from Goldie
Good weight gained by exercising and eating takes a little time.
Had a colitis flare up, a bad one...so I spend 4 weeks not being able to do much at all because of weakness, tiredness and worn out-ness :-/Quoted Text..... yet, If I was not interested in keeping my weight down, I would just eat more, but then I ask, what made you drop weight? and why did it not go back on its own?
Quoted Text.... But the other thing, why would Swami not calculate all portions by comparing average size to the persons need for food.. what would have happened if you just changed to the lower weight and let it compute what you need? Should Swami know when to lose and when to gain? most curious that it allows to go outside of the norm? Why would it allow to eat mountains? when in life would that ever be needed? Even runners of marathons eat normal.