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I recently registered my copy of FrenchDiet 1.01 for use
on my Mac OS X. I believe that your program is very comprehensive with
lots of great features....
...This is one hot program. I like the way it facilitates the tedious and mundane task of dietary tracking and links it to very important and in depth personal dietary information. You have done this in a manner that I can understand as a non technical American (which means to me you have done outstanding work). And, finally, the sense of humor shines brightly across any cultural or educational divide - bravo!...
I love your program. I have been using it for three
weeks, and I find it a great help. I have two suggestions...
Users reviews from VersionTracker
Great Program, you can enter food with minimal effort.
I compared four OSX diet analysis programs: DietSleuth OSX (beta), Frenchdiet, HealthEngage Diet+Fitness, and LogIT. All (except LogIT) seemed to use the same database of information, which had an acceptable number of entries. All had a favorite foods category, and all had the ability to modify/create food nutritional info. They all analyzed foods to some degree. I chose to buy French Diet mostly because its diet analysis tools were better than the others. Dine Systems commercial Dine Healthy program, however, is still the reigning champion. French Diet Pluses: Diet analysis good - graphs/pyramids of recommended and actual diet are nice. Typing first letter of a food lists all foods starting with that letter. Body-Mass Index information very pretty and helpful. Provides basal metabolic rate, and slider bars for daily activities etc to determine daily caloric requirements. French Diet Minuses: Would benefit from more detailed activity analysis.
Alzorro Jan 18, 2003
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