NutriGenie Nutrition 2011 for Windows
"You can do a lot of things to improve your health,
but none is more important than good nutrition,
and none will do much good without it."
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans is published every
5 years by the US Department of Health and Human Services
(HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA). The Guidelines
provide authoritative advice for Americans about how good dietary
habits can promote health and reduce risk for major chronic diseases.
The 2005 edition of the Guidelines
was released on January 12, 2005. In February 2005, NutriGenie releases
Nutrition 2005, the first, and so far, the only, nutrition
analysis software in existence that incorporates BOTH the September
2002 guidelines issued by the Institute of Medicine, the medical
division of the National Academies AND the 2005
Dietary Guidelines for Americans published by the US Department
of Health and Human Services. The 2002 Institute of Medicine
guidelines establish for the first time a range of recommended amounts
(Dietary Reference Intakes or DRIs) for macronutrients proteins,
fats and carbohydrates and also include advice on how much
dietary fiber and how little cholesterol or saturated fat people
should strive for to maintain good health. Previous reports from
the National Research Council over the last 60 years have dealt
only with recommended levels (RDAs) of vitamins and minerals.
Nutrition 2011 is NutriGenie's latest and most comprehensive
nutrition software with many of NutriGenie
unique technologies and analyses, such as star rating of overall
diet quality. Each diet is given a star rating from 1 to 5, with
1 being the lowest in quality. Our ratings take into account the
latest guidelines issued in September 2002 by the Institute of Medicine,
the medical division of the National Academies and the 2005 Dietary
The program analyzes nearly 30 nutrients in user's diet and has
almost all utilities available in other NutriGenie products. If
you wish to choose a single general nutrition program from our catalog,
Nutrition 2005 is our recommendation. It is the latest update
of our most frequently licensed software
by universities and health facilities worldwide and its earlier
versions have been translated into other languages.
Note: Nutrition 2007 has all the features
in Optimal Nutrition except the glycemic
index analysis. Instead, Nutrition 2005 offers a Weight Gain/Loss
Projector. If you are interested in glycemic index analysis, you
should consider Optimal Nutrition or Glucose
- Database: 8,000 items plus user's own food database.
Our nutrient data are from the highest quality USDA database.
- Analyses: RDA, calories, protein, carbohydrate, total
fat, saturated fat, monounsaturated fat, polyunsaturated fat,
cholesterol, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C, thiamin,
riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin B12, calcium,
phosphorus, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper, sodium, potassium,
alcohol, USDA Food Pyramid.
- Features: weight log, diet history, blood pressure log,
cholesterol profiler, weight control planner, body mass index,
caloric need and caloric expenditure calculators, target heart
rate calculator, caloric and nutrient distribution analyzer, search
and sort capabilities, NutriGenie auto menu generator. Excellent
food database management utilities, personal food groups, hide
and unhide foods. Personal nutrient intake goals. Descriptive
analyses of daily diet for fat, vitamin and mineral contents.
Star ranking of overall diet quality. Weight gain or loss projector.
- Requirement: screen resolution of 960 x 720 or higher.
- Price: $49 plus $3 shipping or handling
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- Special offer:
Registered users of Optimal Nutrition, Total Nutrition, Compleat
Nutritionist, or Magical Dietitian can obtain this program for
To receive the discount, please email
us for special order link.