Counting calories and collecting nutrition facts about the food we consume isn’t stupid or in some way crazy. That’s actually normal, especially when you want to know, WHAT you are eating.
The program called Nutrition Facts isn’t only a e-book diet guide. It can help even to vegetarians and people, who just want to be fit and healthy. It contains information about all the products described in U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Nutrient Database for Standard Reference (Release 13). You may learn out, what contains a simple pina colada canned, for example (total fat, saturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, etc.) and the number of these ingredients in the exact product. Our version of this program was a “before-release-version”, so it couldn’t give us information about different kinds of diet (weight watchers, zone, slim fast, Jenny Craig and so on), though they were in the list of options. Probably, they’ll be able in the next version. But that’s the only disadvantage of the program. The rest of it is excellent and useful. It requires Win9*, so the choice is supposed to be made by you, ladies and gentlemen!