Food Processor Nutrition Analysis Reports



The Food Processor program offers a variety of reports to help you analyze your clients dietary intakes.




Spreadsheet-Report

Spreadsheet Report
The spreadsheet report shows all the values for all of the displayed nutrients. Nutrients are displayed horizontally by ingredient, with totals at the bottom of the list.


MyPlate-Report

MyPlate Report
This report graphically compares a client's actual daily food intake with the optimum daily intake (per MyPlate recommendations). Users can easily and quickly see where a diet may be falling short and the report offers suggestions for improvement.




Recommendations-Report

Recommendations Report
This report lists a client's specific nutrient recommendations, according to the DRI nutritional standards. The standards are based on the client's age, gender, height, weight, and activity level.



Multicolumn-Report

Multi-Column Report
The Multi-Column Report provides a good summary of a client's nutritional intake in a column format. The user can choose to view the actual nutrient intake, the recommended nutrient intake, and/or the percent recommended.



Bar-Graph-Report

Bar Graph Report
The bar graph report shows total nutrient amounts, recommended amounts and the percent recommendation met. Bars visually compare how the nutrient intake compares to the nutritional standard.


Single-Nutrient-Report


Single Nutrient Report
The Single Nutrient Report shows what percentage of a specific nutrient each ingredient contributes to the total meal plan.



Calories-Pie

Calories and Fats Report
The Calories and Fats Report is useful for quickly seeing the calorie and fat breakdown for a diet analysis. The Source of Calories window shows graphically the percentage of calories from protein, carbohydrates, fat, and alcohol. The Source of Fat window shows the breakdown of fat (saturated, monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, and other fats.)



Calories-Bar

This report can be displayed as a pie chart or a bar graph.

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