How to search for foods?
In version 1.1, partial food names (separated by space) can be entered in any order. Example: if you look for food names that contain “roasted”, “chicken” and “breast”, you can enter the 3 words in any order, fully or partially, such as “roast chicke breas” or “chic roasted brea” and so on.
In version 1.0, food names must match exactly the one name you provide.
How to sort database?
Click once on column header to sort by food name or by nutrient content. Click again to reverse the sort order. Please note that nutrient contents are all based on 100g of food to make direct comparison possible.
What are the differences between versions?
In version 1.1, food names can be searched in any order. For example, to search for food names that contain “roast beef”, you can enter “roast beef” or “beef roast”. Naturally, partial food names can also be used, such as “oast bee” or “roas eef”, etc.
In version 1.2, a chart showing relative calorie contributions from the macro nutrients: carbohydrate, protein and fat is displayed when the Chart button associated with a food item is clicked.