DS#50 - Healthy Eating



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Concerned about what you eat or want to go on a diet? This program may well help you find out whether what you are eating is doing you good. You can find out how many calories you are consuming in a given meal and exactly what vitamins and minerals are included and whether they constitute the recommended daily requirements. There is a database of over 500 different foods items and four options will provide the nutritional value of a single food item or several items that comprise a meal. You can obtain the amount of carbohydrate, sodium, potassium, protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamin A, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin C, fat and water contained in a particular serving size. At a glance you can see the percentage of the recommended daily allowance for each nutrient or the percentage of the suggested body intake corresponding to your age, weight and sex. Printouts of all information are available. Like all programs of this nature you should not follow the guidelines without some common sense but it should prove an insight into what you eat and help you to become a more healthy eater.

BOOT with BASIC. Disk must be set up before use

Use SELECT key on menu to highlight README.DOC and press START