GNUtrition is free nutrition analysis software written for the GNU operating system. The US Department of Agriculture, Nutrient Database of Standard Reference is used as the source of food nutrient information.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME nutrition|
|Operating Systems||GNU/Linux GNU/Hurd|
Release Notes: GNUtrition will now periodically check gnu.org and notify you when a new version is available. The USDA data has been updated to the latest version, SR24. The minimum Python version has been increased to version 2.6. GNUtrition is not compatible with Python 3 at this time. GNUtrition now uses the built-in SQLite3 Python module, and the database has been converted to SQLite. Your existing database will be converted automatically. Once that's complete, you no longer need to run a MySQL server for GNUtrition, eliminating a dependency. The new database is stored in ~/.gnutrition.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in which recipes were not saved.
Release Notes: Using MySQL as a backend to store and retrieve the recipes, a new ability to record daily food intake on a day-by-day basis, computing the nutrient totals and average intake over several days, a separate window to analyze the nutrient content of individual foods, and the main window has three views: a daily intake record, a recipe creator, and a food analyzer.
Release Notes: The ability to compute an individual's recommended daily intake on the basis of their age and sex, the ability to search for a food in the database on the basis of its nutrient composition (e.g., find foods that are high in vitamins A, C, and E, but are low in fat), and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Initial release.