Diondine provides nutritional information as well as your ideal weight and calorie requirements.
It's database has a listing of 950 foods and beverages and 19 nutrients.
Diondine is a good way to track your food intake on a day-to-day basis. It provides a means for creating a personalized diet plan and explains a variety of diet-related issues. Diondine also contains a help system and tooltips.
If you buy Diondine, then you'il be able to:
- Record your food intake and your weight over a period of several consecutive days and estimate your real caloric requirement (see the provided example)
- Create some custom foods
- Create some custom meals
- Access some extra functions
Upgrading from the evaluation version to the full version only requires you to enter a registration code that is provided.
For more detailed information, including updates, please read the documentation or visit the homepage.
Requirements: PowerPC 100 Mhz (150 Mhz for a more comfortable speed), Mac OS 7.5 or later, 24 MB of RAM; 7 MB hard disk space, 14" screen or larger with a minimum resolution of 800x600, and 256 colors (thousands of colors are highly recommended). Diondine does not run on non-Power PC Macintoshes (68020, 68030 or 68040).
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