Release Notes: This release adds a feature that can automatically choose food quantities when a meal is to have a particular amount of fat, protein, or carbohydrate. Currently, you can modify a food quantity from the meal list by typing the food number and a new quantity. For example, "2 100g" means change food #2 to 100 grams. This feature allows the user to type "protein", "carb", or "fat" instead of an explicit new quantity. For example, "2 carb" indicates that you want the second food's quantity changed so that the meal's Daily Value for non-fiber carb is satisfied.
Release Notes: This release modifies the default polyunsaturated fat reference values.
Release Notes: This release revises the default fatty acid reference values.
Release Notes: This release updates the Omega-3 defaults.
Release Notes: This release introduces the new USDA Nutrient Database SR21, and allows current nut installations to have their existing meal records reinterpreted with the new database.
Release Notes: This release fixes errors introduced by the last bugfix. The basic problem was that reverse-engineering the formulation of a packaged food would not honor the descending quantities of the ordered ingredient statement.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the "Add a Labeled Food" function where, when reverse-engineering the formulation of a packaged food, it would not honor the descending quantities of the ordered ingredient list.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the food suggestion function. When an analysis reset detects no appreciable long-chain polyunsaturated fats, such as with a vegan diet, it sets the program to compute essential fat reference values only from linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid; but in this case, "food suggestions" still showed requirements for AA, EPA, and DHA.
Release Notes: This release revises the default Omega-3 reference values.
Release Notes: The "Record Meals" and "Analyze Meals" analyses now each separately remember how many meals were last analyzed, so that a user could, for example, always look at a single meal on the "Record Meals" analysis, and always look at a couple of weeks of meals on "Analyze Meals", but not have to specify how many meals each time.