People with various kinds of diseases and physical problems often need help from health practitioners that are specialized in the food and diet fields, like nutritionists. Nutrigenic Helper was created for this kind of practitioners, to help them manage and keep track of patient's data in one place.
Nutrigenic Helper allows for storing of different personal information about each patient, such as weight, ethnic group and address, and also other information, such as any diseases that this patient might have, habits, activities, biochemical tests and similar.
All this information can then be used to create specialized diets and recipes, suited specifically for patient's health condition, and to create all sorts of charts and reports. It can be also used for setting goals, which should be achieved in a specified amount of time.
Nutrigenic Helper comes integrated with USDA and GI (Glycemic Index) food databases, which are used for creating diets and recipes, and calculating the glycemic load. When creating diets and recipes, there are also food guides available for different kinds of diets, food pyramids and similar.
Lastly, there is also an option to print the recipe labels. You can either use existing ones or create custom recipe labels. Each label has its HTML code, which can then be saved to a file or opened in web browser.
• Can store a lot of information about each patient • Allows for creation of customized diets and recipes
• Not very intuitive for people outside of food and diet related professions
What's new in this version
• Multiple improvements and fixes • Now also works in 32 bit Windows • New version in Spanish
Limitations in the unregistered version
• Cannot print •
Cannot export diets or any other reports as HTML files •
Cannot open Diets in a Word Processor •
Cannot generate Nutrients Reports nor Full Nutritional Assessment Reports •
Can save no more than five Patients, Diets, Recipes or Anthropometric Measurements