Release Notes: The function that guesses the recipes of packaged foods based on the nutrition and ingredient statements has been rewritten. A much faster implementation is achieved by quantizing all the values. This algorithm is a search through all possible recipes because simultaneous equations do not work for this problem.
Release Notes: This release contains a fix for bad Pumpkin Pie values, specifically, null "carb/prot/fat" values for foods for which the USDA does not supply this data.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the function that allows foods to be added from food labels. The carb/protein/fat field was not correct because calories-per-gram fields were not explicitly set.
Release Notes: This release contains a fix for wrong calories-per-gram values when the program starts because it read a float as an integer from the options file.
Release Notes: This release contains many small changes, among them an update of the fatty acid reference values, a removal of the hard-to-obtain "Alaska Native" foods as food suggestions, and a closer approximation when protein or carbs are expressed as a percentage of calories.
Release Notes: This release changes how personal options are saved to disk so that personal options will never be lost across program upgrades. Changes have also been made to how the program upgrades itself on dual-boot systems, and levels of the Omega-3 reference values have been modified.
Release Notes: This release fixes minor bugs related to the "Carb/Prot/Fat" field. Values for alcoholic beverages have been corrected. Also, an error was fixed that led to different fat values based on whether the user input changes to the protein and carb "Daily Values" in percentages or grams. If the two operations led to the same number of grams of protein and carbs, there should have been no difference in the fat value.
Release Notes: This release adjusts the Omega-3 default reference values, for which there are no U.S.A. Daily Values, so that EPA and DHA will be higher and alpha-linolenic acid a little lower.
Release Notes: This release contains two minor design changes to the new feature of the last release, which automatically chooses a meal analysis period. Always choosing integer days, the new version picks the day closest to the target rather than the day before; and allows no period shorter than five days, instead of four.
Release Notes: This release offers a new personal options calorie level feature that filters out insignificant day-to-day variation from meal analysis. This feature sets the calories automatically to the user's average, and when it analyzes meals, it takes the most current run of meals that contains that average. Thus, nutrient levels are shown more accurately because each analysis represents the same amount of food.