Dietitians and other nutrition professionals use FoodWorks Professional in many settings – hospitals, clinics, sports and fitness, tertiary education, recipe authoring, nutrition research and more. FoodWorks is used in almost every major hospital and university in Australia, with thousands of university students using our software every year.
A compelling framework for our recommendations
With each client, we first assess their diet either by entering it into FoodWorks as a food frequency, or even better, importing their diary from Easy Diet Diary. The dietitian then has a solid overview of the energy balance and nutritional adequacy of their client’s intake. With the data in front of them, the discussion with the client becomes less ‘emotional’ and more ‘objective’.
For example, for clients trying to lose weight, our dietitians can immediately show the foods contributing excessive calories; or for clients with a nutritional deficiency, they can explore targeting foods rich in that nutrient and show the difference that makes. We then use FoodWorks to create sample ideal days to empower our clients to make change.
FoodWorks adds real value to our nutrition consulting by giving us a compelling and objective framework to justify our nutritional recommendations.
Rich dietary data so easily
Save time by getting your clients to log their own food intake. Our popular free mobile app, Easy Diet Diary, is on Android as well as iOS. So now you can recommend Easy Diet Diary to all your clients.
No more time-consuming interviews to take diet histories. No more laborious keying in of food records. No more guessing with food frequencies. Rich dietary data so easily.
Easy Diet Diary has quality-controlled Australian data and integrates with FoodWorks so you can analyse your clients’ diaries in depth. Or, connect with your clients via our web app, Easy Diet Diary CONNECT, and from there, dive deeper — with just a single click open their diary to explore in FoodWorks.
I am recommending Easy Diet Diary to all my patients
I am recommending Easy Diet Diary to all my patients for their food diaries and they seem to love it. And it is great to be using an Australian foods database and the same data as my patients and not trying to compare apples and oranges!
The latest and most comprehensive food data
Stay up-to-date with Australian food data and more.
Analyse your dietary intakes, recipes and meal plans using AusFoods 2019 and AusBrands 2019 for Australia, and FOODfiles 2016 (released in 2017) for New Zealand (FOODfiles 2018 is coming soon).
FoodWorks 10 includes the new Australian Food Composition Database (AFCD) from FSANZ (January 2019), which has been used to update foods in AusFoods 2019 and AusBrands 2019.
Work with over 50 nutrients and components. Explore foods in other data sources, such the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference SR28.What's New?
Healthy recipes and targeted meal plans
Use the latest food composition data to create recipes according to your nutritional criteria.
Use your recipes in meal plans for your clients. As you develop your meal plans, explore micro and macro nutrients, and assess adequacy against Nutrient Reference Values for your target group. And, if you like, examine the meal plan through the lens of food groups.
We're helping thousands of people
Using FoodWorks ensures that the recipes we provide for our members are nutritionally optimised. Since switching over to FoodWorks, we feel confident that we’re getting the most up-to-date nutrition information and, as a result, helping thousands of people meet their daily nutritional requirements.
Australian software. Local support.
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Dealing with food intolerances?
Salicylates, amines and glutamate
Chemicals involved in food intolerance are found in many different foods. The naturally occurring substances most likely to trigger reactions for sensitive individuals are salicylates, amines and glutamate (SAG).
In FoodWorks Professional, see the SAG content for generic foods as well as for thousands of common brand name products.
This data is provided by the food allergy experts at The Royal Prince Alfred Allergy Unit, Sydney.
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