FoodBrowser
FoodBrowser 1.3 Beta
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FoodBrowser lets you drag and drop foods from a nutrition data table onto a daily intake table. This allows you to keep a history of the calories derived from the foods you eat. All the data in the nutrition table is computed per 100 grams of product. After dropping data in the calorie calculator table, you can double-click the "Qty" column and change the quantity to the actual quantity consumed. FoodBrowser will recompute the total as soon as any change in the quantity column is entered.
What's New
Version 1.3b:
  • Calorie estimation box based on Mifflin and St Jeor
  • Copying foods in the history (copy, paste, drag and drop)
  • Editing time in the history
  • Fixed bug that caused some missing dates in the Energy Calculator window
  • Fixed bug in drag and drop of some foods
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later



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the valrus commented on 30 Sep 2008
I was hoping this would let me download food off the Internet. Disappointing.
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Downloads:664
Version Downloads:266
Type:Home Personal : Health and Fitness
License:Demo
Date:30 Sep 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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FoodBrowser lets you drag and drop foods from a nutrition data table onto a daily intake table. This allows you to keep a history of the calories derived from the foods you eat. All the data in the nutrition table is computed per 100 grams of product. After dropping data in the calorie calculator table, you can double-click the "Qty" column and change the quantity to the actual quantity consumed. FoodBrowser will recompute the total as soon as any change in the quantity column is entered.


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