Release Notes: This release introduces the new USDA Nutrient Database SR18 and allows current NUT installations to have their existing meal records reinterpreted with the new database.
Release Notes: This release fixes the "n" analysis option not honoring a user lock on the carbohydrate percentage personal option.
Release Notes: This release includes many minor changes, including counting calories instead of grams when the user specifies percentages for carbs and protein, a legibility enhancement in the calorie graphs, and some new fatty acid reference values.
Release Notes: The program allows foods to be subtracted when creating recipes in order to represent cooking steps such as skimming off fat, but this should not have allowed the recipe to have any negative nutrient values, and this has been fixed in this release.
Release Notes: This release contains a fix for the floating point exception on NetBSD-2.0/alpha.
Release Notes: This release corrects the formatting of the man page and restores the correct alpha-linolenic acid reference value, which was too low in the last release.
Release Notes: This release fixes a segfault that occurs when analyzing added and subtracted foods that total zero calories.
Release Notes: This release completes the changing of all calculations to substitute user averages for program constants in the values of calories per gram of carb, fat, and protein, and of the percentage of total fat that is fatty acids. This means that personal options in terms of percentages and ratios will be more precise.
Release Notes: This release changes some computations to make the nutrient values for packaged foods added from food labels more accurate.
Release Notes: This release fixes the incorrect "Analyze Meals" screen header that says "Record Meals". It fixes the function that guesses recipes of packaged foods, which worked properly but had a variable and a constant of the same value reversed so that user modifications to increase the precision would fail.