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Sample Screenshots from Mother of All Diets

 

In a single glance, the user can see the evaluation of his diet based on the glycemic index ratings, the USDA and ADA food guide pyramid, as well as the zone diet. In this example, the percentages of calories from Low, Medium, and High GI foods are 20%, 24%, and 33%, respectively. The rest, 23%, is from foods unassigned to any GI rating group. His daily nutrition is quite balanced according to the Food Pyramid. However, his daily nutrition is not zone-favorable: he consumes 8.9 protein blocks, 25 carb blocks and 9.3 fat blocks. His carbohydrate/protein ratio is outside the zone.

 

An example of high GI diet where 72% of calories come from high GI foods.

An example of imbalanced diet where consumption of foods in the Meat Group is relatively high. The NutriGenie Food Pyramid Analysis dialog gives more detailed analysis.

This diet is in the Zone. The carbohydrate-protein ratio is close to 1.

 

Calories, protein, carbohydrate and fat grams are tallied for each food item, for the current meal as well as for the day. In the above example, the selected food's glycemic index is rated High. The food item contains 237 calories, 2 grams of protein, 31 grams of carbohydrate and 11 grams of fat. The gray and white blocks on the left side indicate the percentages of calories from protein, carbohydrate and fat for this food. Each block represents 10%. This means less than 10% of the food's calories comes from protein, more than 50% from carbohydrate and more than 40% from fat! The fat percentage is highlighted in white instead of gray because the user has set a Fat Warning level of 30% above which the software flags all fatty foods.

Similarly, the current meal's calories from fat is slightly higher than 30% and this fatty meal is also flagged.

The user has set his Favorite Activity to Tennis in the Caloric Expenditure dialog, therefore the software automatically converts the calorie intake from the food item to the calorie expenditure of the exercise: the user would have to play approximately half and hour of tennis to expend the 237 calories from this food.

 

Other meals are less fatty, however, and the day's fat consumption is just over 20% of calories. The software calculates the percentages of energy and macro nutrient consumption against the RDA. This is a relatively low-calorie (just under 1800 calories) diet for weight loss so the calories consumed is only 67% of the amount recommended for maintaining current weight. The protein consumption is 100% of the RDA. Eighty percent of recommended carbohydrate and 46% of the allowed fat grams are consumed.

Our software also lets the user set his own personal calorie or nutrient intake goals. The color indicators yellow, green, magenta and red signal the intakes below goal, on target, just above target or way above target, respectively.

Sales Pitch

As far as we know, none of our competitors' software offers as much insight into the user's diet. Much less at the same level of clarity and convenience: all analyses displayed on this page are presented in one single NutriGenie window, as opposed to the multiple levels of alphanumeric text in dialog boxes in our competitors' programs.

NutriGenie software is for the sophisticated and intelligent consumers, who appreciate and can grasp the many different perspectives of their nutrition.

 

Screenshots from Optimal Nutrition

Nutrient Distribution and Detailed Food Guide Pyramid Analysis Screenshots

 

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