Release Notes: This release incorporates the USDA's errata to the SR20 version of their Nutrient Database.
Release Notes: This release gives the user more control over essential fatty acid values. The balance between Omega-6 and Omega-3, as modeled by William Lands' equation relating dietary intake to the ultimate composition of cell membrane phospholipids, can now be changed to favor more or less Omega-3, and this relationship is shown on analysis screens. The maximum allowable amount of EPA and DHA can also be set. If this maximum is set low, the program shows by how much Omega-6 would have to be restricted in order to meet the target.
Release Notes: This release makes minor changes to the analysis reset and food suggestion functions.
Release Notes: This release changes some fatty acid defaults to allow more saturated fat when eating low-carb, and to raise the maximum amount of long-chain Omega-3.
Release Notes: This release introduces the new USDA Nutrient Database SR20, and allows current nut installations to have their existing meal records reinterpreted with the new database.
Release Notes: This release uses a new food name abbreviation algorithm so that food names are more informative and less cryptic.
Release Notes: This release enhances the function that reverse-engineers the formulation of a packaged food in order to provide the nutrient values that are not on the nutrition statement. The algorithm can now evaluate ordered ingredient statements with multiply-nested or grouped ingredients, and provides a progress indicator for the calculation.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the computation of the reference value for the Omega-3 fatty acid DHA.
Release Notes: This release revises the polyunsaturated fatty acid reference values.
Release Notes: This release allows the ranking of foods by nutrient within the USDA-defined food groups so that a user could easily find, for example, the vegetables with the most calcium or the meats with the most vitamin C.