Release Notes: This release fixes a bug figuring calorie factors for protein, fat, and carbs when the USDA does not supply it in the database; factors were too high because they were being squared.
Release Notes: This release adds a screen coming out of the graphing function to change the group of nutrients if desired.
Release Notes: The food sort has been restored to the initial run of the program. The maximum linoleic acid reference value has been reduced by 20%. The default calorie value of fat has been changed from 9 to 8.84.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug where "food suggestions" suggested absurdly small amounts of food.
Release Notes: The program now displays all 117 nutrients in the full USDA database.
Release Notes: This release makes further changes to the algorithm that resets the polyunsaturated fat reference values when calories are reset from the analysis screen. The purpose is to "learn" the user's typical diet and reduce confusion by showing any adequate level of intake as 100%, no matter which particular fatty acids comprise that intake.
Release Notes: This release modifies the way the Omega-6 reference values are recomputed in relation to the Omega-3 values. Formerly, all Omega-6 values were recomputed; now, only the arachidonic acid value is recomputed by solving Lands' equation for n-6 hufa in plasma phospholipids.
Release Notes: This release contains a fix for erroneous values in the printed menus introduced in the last release by the change of the internal representation of the nutrients.
Release Notes: This release changes the way default essential fatty acid values are chosen. Each default change of values causes the program to solve Lands' equation for estimated n-6 hufa in plasma phospholipids to refigure the Omega-6 values. This release also changes the internal representation of the display from a product of the nutrient value and the daily value, to just the nutrient value.
Release Notes: This release fixes two bugs. The first one caused "Print Menus" to not always print the last menu completely. The other one prevented the vertical Daily Value line from appearing in the graphs if the nutrient levels were too low.