Release Notes: This release changes some computations to make the nutrient values for packaged foods added from food labels more accurate.
Release Notes: The function that guesses the recipes of packaged foods based on the nutrition and ingredient statements has been rewritten. A much faster implementation is achieved by quantizing all the values. This algorithm is a search through all possible recipes because simultaneous equations do not work for this problem.
Release Notes: This release contains many small changes, among them an update of the fatty acid reference values, a removal of the hard-to-obtain "Alaska Native" foods as food suggestions, and a closer approximation when protein or carbs are expressed as a percentage of calories.
Release Notes: This release changes how personal options are saved to disk so that personal options will never be lost across program upgrades. Changes have also been made to how the program upgrades itself on dual-boot systems, and levels of the Omega-3 reference values have been modified.
Release Notes: This release offers a new personal options calorie level feature that filters out insignificant day-to-day variation from meal analysis. This feature sets the calories automatically to the user's average, and when it analyzes meals, it takes the most current run of meals that contains that average. Thus, nutrient levels are shown more accurately because each analysis represents the same amount of food.
Release Notes: This release contains revisions to the polyunsaturated fatty acid reference values and how they scale up as fats increase and carbs decrease.
Release Notes: This release provides what may be more reasonable or optimal default settings for fat percentages when the user sets the program for low carb.
Release Notes: This release makes serving sizes more consistent among food groups. It adds functions to change the default serving size, and to sort foods by nutrients per serving.
Release Notes: This release adds support for an optional database subdirectory, allowing the user to easily maintain multiple databases, for multiple family members, for instance. It also adds display of non-fiber carbohydrate grams ("net carbs") on the main analysis screen.
Release Notes: Because the program uses the approximation of 4 calories per gram for carbohydrate and protein to analyze meals according to the "Daily Value" -- although real food has various values for calories per gram -- the program now refigures fat percentage values at each analysis so that when calories, carbs, and protein are each at exactly 100%, fat will be also.