Keep track of the vegetables you eat as part of your recommended 7 or more servings (half cups or 120 ml) of fruit and vegetables each day and their nutritional impact on you in terms of calories and percentage recommended daily allowance (%RDA) of fiber, carbohydrate, sugars, protein, fat, calcium, iron, potassium, sodium, and vitamins A, B9 (folate), C, E, and K. This beautifully designed healthy diet tool also provides essential nutritional information and photos for 50 vegetables and a healthy diet.
Tap the Track tool on the top menu bar, select the date, set the gender icon, then follow the instructions to select vegetables. Select your preferred weight unit (g or oz), then complete the weight (use the vegetable weight guide if necessary), for a display of the Nutrient Running Total for each nutrient. Tap on any nutrient in the display to find out the individual contribution of any vegetable in the quantity youve defined as either %RDA or amount (you choose). Tap the menu bar to find out more about the nutrient. Tap any vegetable in the Contribution screen for the calories and nutrients provided by the individual vegetable in the quantity youve set. Tap on the vegetable name in the top menu bar for detailed nutritional information about the vegetable including its heart-healthy score, dietary suggestions, photos and useful hyperlinks to essential nutrient knowledge and other essential information.
Essential nutritional information and knowledge about the 50 vegetables can also be accessed through the colour-coded Venetian blind opening screen where vegetables are sorted according to the %RDA of each nutrient they contain per 100g and in an A to Z too.
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The interface is easy, quick, and intuitive to navigate, colour-coded, searchable, zoomable using the pinch screen function, and viewable in portrait and landscape.
Specially edited and designed for iPhone, iPad, and iPod screens. Compiled and edited by UK-registered medical editor Dr Lindy van den Berghe, BMedSci, BM, BS; software design by Dr Sven van den Berghe, PhD.