Synopses & Reviews
DIET ANALYSIS PLUS is the market-leading diet assessment program used by colleges and universities. Featuring a database with over 20,000 foods that can be personalized with recipes, DIET ANALYSIS PLUS enables students to track their diet, generate reports, complete assignments, and gain a better understanding of how nutrition relates to their personal health goals. Students create their own personal profiles based on height, weight, age, sex, and activity level, and then track the types and serving sizes of the foods they consume from one day to 365 days. Unique custom and 3-day reports are among the many that students can print and analyze. Highlights of the new Version 9.0 include an improved interface for easier navigation, new assignments, and a questionnaire that accurately assesses one?s true activity level. Available as a standalone product or in a bundle with any Wadsworth text for a substantial cost savings (Online or Windows?/Macintosh? compatible CD-ROM), this is a must-have for all who are interested in analyzing their diets.
Take Control. Reach Your Goals. Experience Diet Analysis Plus.
Take control. Reach your goals. Experience Diet Analysis Plus. Use Diet Analysis Plus to track your diet and physical activity and get a better understanding of how nutrition impacts your life. Use the 20,000+ food database and customizable reports to analyze your diet and adjust your habits to reach personal health goals.
Take control. Reach your goals. Experience Diet Analysis Plus. Diet Analysis Plus allows students to track their diet and physical activity, and analyze the nutritional value of the food they eat so they can adjust their diets to reach personal health goals--all while gaining a better understanding of how nutrition relates to, and impacts, their lives. Diet Analysis Plus includes a 20,000+ food database; customizable reports; new assignable labs; custom food and recipe features; the latest Dietary Reference Intakes; and goals and actual percentages of essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. Updated for Fall 2010, new features include enhanced search functionality with filter option, easy-to-use instructor page, and resources tab with helpful information. Use the Diet Analysis Plus activities in all our Introductory Nutrition textbooks to show students how the concepts they learn in the text relate to their personal health goals.