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 in nutrition using our software every year.
Nutrition professionals use FoodWorks in a variety of ways – for assessing and planning clients’ diets, for creating and analysing recipes and meal plans, and for nutrition research.
Use the latest and most comprehensive data
Stay up-to-date with Australian food data and more.
Analyse your dietary intakes, recipes and meal plans using AusFoods 2017 and AusBrands 2017 for Australia, and FOODfiles 2016 (released in 2017) for New Zealand. 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?
Dealing with food intolerance?
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, SydneyWhat's New?
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See what your clients eat
Get your clients tracking their own food intake. Good for them, good for you.
Your clients can log their diet in our popular free mobile app for iPhone, Easy Diet Diary. You can analyse their food diaries in FoodWorks Professional. Or, view them in our web app, Easy Diet Diary Connect, and from there, dive deeper — with just a single click open their diary to explore in FoodWorks Professional.
No more time-consuming interviews to gather food intake data. No more laborious keying in of food records. No more guessing with food frequencies. Rich dietary intake data so easily.More on Easy Diet Diary
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