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Partial Screenshot from Optimal Nutrition


In a single glance, the user can see the evaluation of his diet based on glycemic index ratings, the USDA and ADA food guide pyramid, as well as NutriGenie's rating of the user's diet quality.

1. The glycemic index ratings in this example indicate that 35% of the total calories come from Low GI foods, 6% from Medium GI foods, 0% from High GI foods and 59% from foods unassigned to any GI rating group.

2. An example of a balanced diet. The NutriGenie Food Pyramid Analysis dialog gives more detailed analysis.

3. NutriGenie's unique star rating is based on many factors. See NutriGenie Diet Quality Analysis for complete explanation.

4. In Optimal Nutrition, nearly 30 nutrients are analyzed. User can selectively display all or only the nutrients relevant to his condition. Expert user can use the abbreviated format as seen above. The regular format where unit of measurements are included is also available.

5. This panel display the analysis for the currently selected food item. 'GI Low' means that this particular item belongs to the Low GI rated group. The dark gray and white horizontal bars show the approximate percentages of calories that come from protein, carbohydrate or fat. In this example, approximately 40% of calorie come from protein and 60% from fat. Because the fat calorie percentage is above the user-determined warning level, the color of the fat-percentage bar is set to white as warning flag. Because the weight in grams of the selected food is already displayed above the screen area seen here, the Weight entry for the food item shows its measurement in household units. If the household unit is '1 cup', then the 0.8 u. value in the example means .8 of a cup. The unit for Energy is Calorie (kcal). Protein, carbohydrate and fat are measured in grams. Etc.

6. Similar numeric analysis is provided for currently selected meal. This particular meal has 20% of its calories from protein, 50% from carbohydrate and 30% from fat. The food weights for Meal and Day are in grams.

7. Numeric analysis for the whole day. This daily diet is made up of 20% of calories from protein, 60% from carbohydrate and 20% from fat. These numbers correspond to the Low Fat rating displayed in Area 3.

8. This unique panel compares user's diet against RDA or DRI values, both graphically and numerically. When a nutrient's content is below the goal, the bar's color is set to yellow, its length reflects the numeric percentage. When a nutrient's consumption is within the desired goal, the bar's color is green. Magenta is for slightly above goal and red for significantly above goal. Please note that, each RDA or DRI goal is specifically set to match an individual's profile (age, sex, etc.). User can also choose to graph these comparisons against his own personal preferred intakes.

9. The user set his Favorite Activity to Tennis in the Caloric Expenditure dialog, therefore the software automatically converts the calorie intake from the selected food item to the calorie expenditure of the exercise: the user would have to play approximately 25 minutes of tennis to expend the 229 calories from this food.


Free Online Food Finder Tools - Click on Icons below:

Diabetes Food Finder Tool
Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load of Foods
World's Top 10 Diets


Sales Pitch

As far as we know, none of our competitors' software offers as much insight into the user's diet. Much less at the same level of clarity and convenience: all analyses displayed on this page are presented in one single NutriGenie window, as opposed to the multiple levels of alphanumeric text in dialog boxes in our competitors' programs.

NutriGenie software is for the sophisticated and intelligent consumers, who appreciate and can grasp the many different perspectives of their nutrition.


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