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Computerized dietary information system
by School of Business Administration, Tulane University in New Orleans, La
Written in English
|Statement||[edited by] Joseph L. Balintfy.|
|Contributions||Balintfy, Joseph L., Tulane University. Graduate School of Business Administration. Computer System Research.|
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There are many computerized nutrient analysis systems available for computers. Some systems used for research cost up to $ while others can be obtained free of charge. The basis of the program is the ability to enter foods as eaten and produce an analysis of nutrient intakes by day or week.
Dietary assessment software can manage the Computerized dietary information system book one interviews a client, evaluates intake information, plans a meal, organizes a food service operation, or counsels a patient.
Software facilitates counseling by guiding the dietary assessment process, evaluating composition of diet, and organizing information to support counseling by: C. Information or schema shows up on the screen in a pre-designed format, known as data-modeling from which useful dietary information can be extracted.
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A computerized diet analysis system can assist in the many dietary computations performed daily by the research nutritionist.
When selecting a computerized diet analysis system, the research nutritionist must consider present and future needs and select a system that is accurate, efficient, and by: 5.
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Computerized Dietary Analysis Learn how you can lose weight and still enjoy the foods you love. Improve energy levels by finding out how much protein, carbohydrate, fat, and calories you are currently consuming and learning how much you really need to reach your goals and weight management.
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Some computerized dietary assessment programs include dietary supplements in the interview and also have databases on their composition. For example, the University of Minnesota’s Nutrient Data System has developed a dietary supplement assessment module that can be used in conjunction with existing software so that nutrient intake from both.
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It has been understood and described in a number ways. It is also known as the Information System, the Information and Decision System, the Computer- based information Size: KB. Computerized dietary assessment programs are often used for nutrition education research and practice. This article provides an informal overview of 29 dietary assessment programs mentioned in the literature covered by MEDLINE from toalong with the components and capabilities of these programs derived from additional sources as needed.
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1.). Four factors to consider when choosing a computerized dietary assessment system are availability of desired database features, efficiency of the search engine in finding foods in the database.
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In the previous study sessions you learned about the different methods of assessing nutritional status as well as determining indicators for malnutrition, micronutrient deficiencies of public health importance in Ethiopia and food security issues.