NutriGenie South Beach Nutrition Counter for Windows
The perfect companion to the South Beach Diet Cookbook and
other South Beach diet publications. The software automatically
analyzes your food consumption taking into account all nutritional
data relevant to the South Beach diet: calories, carbohydrate, protein,
fat, saturated fat, dietary fiber, cholesterol and sodium. User
can add nutritional data from the South Beach Diet publications
to the software's database.
In addition, since Glycemic Index (GI) is a main component
of the South Beach diet, NutriGenie South Beach Nutrition Counter
diet software provides the GI ratings (low, medium or high) for
over 2,500 commonly used food items in its database. This is the
most comprehensive glycemic index rating compilation available in
any software product. We aggregate GI measurements from the most
authoritative sources and normalize the ratings into 3 categories:
low, medium and high. Users can assign and modify the ratings for
any foods in the NutriGenie database or in their own database. With
a single command, the user can see all foods in the appropriate
GI category for selection. Menu planning using desirable GI foods
has never been easier. NutriGenie South Beach diet software is the
only software that can analyze your diet and tell you precisely
its calorie percentage from low, medium or high GI foods. This is
the most meaningful way to assess the glycemic index of one's nutrition.
The new automatic Weight Projection
feature takes into account every bite of food you eat and projects
your future weight a week or a month away. If you want motivation
for weight control, this real-time predictor is the ultimate motivator.
NutriGenie South Beach Nutrition Counter is one of our latest and
most comprehensive nutrition software with many of NutriGenie
unique technologies and analyses, such as star rating of overall
diet quality where 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.
The latest 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.
- Database: 8,000 items plus user's own food database
- Analyses: RDA, calories, protein, carbohydrate, total
fat, saturated fat, dietary fiber, cholesterol, sodium, glycemic
- Features: weight log, diet history, blood pressure log,
cholesterol profiler, weight control planner, weight
projection, body mass index, caloric need and caloric expenditure
calculators, target heart rate calculator, caloric and nutrient
distribution analyzer, search and sort capabilities. 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.
- Requirement: screen resolution of 960 x 720 or higher.
- Download evaluation software: ngsbnc79.zip
- Price: $39