This page compares your diet each day with the recommended daily intake (RDI) by government agencies.
It identifies the source of deficiencies. Of course we can ingest less than recommended one day and compensate for the other day (not for all nutrients), it is the nutritional balance that really shows the shortcomings. These tables help to find the origin of deficiencies.
The left panel lists the foods eaten during the day and the total weight for each so that the corresponding number of calories.
If calories are not shown, is that the food is not in the database. You can report it by sending a message to "admin".
Foods not found in the database are listed at the bottom of the table.
The table at right lists the intakes for each nutrient, vitamin, mineral, trace element, and the total number of calories in the day.
This number may be lower than the actual value if food were not found in the database.
For each nutrient is indicated the number of units in the unit of measure: grams, milligrams or micrograms, given in the form of RDI. IU is converted to micrograms (ug or mcg).