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Diet analysis online: complete nutrition evaluation

Enter all the foods you ate on one single day, and we will analyze your diet for possible vitamin/mineral deficiencies, USDA recommendation violations, and other problems
or click below to choose a popular food.
You can also save your favorite foods for quicker access by clicking on the three-dot menu from the top right corner.
or start based on one of our ready pre-sets defined by famous institutions (you will be able to modify it easily)
1800 Calorie Diet
Low Fat Diet
The daily required dosage is calculated based on AI (Adequate Intake) values defined by the National Academy of Sciences for 31-50-year-old males. You can change that to Daily Values by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Upper values are calculated based on UL (Upper Intake) values defined by the National Academy of Sciences for 31-50-year-old males.
Click 'Analyze now' to apply changes

If you use Daily Values (DV) as the base for calculations, please note that daily values are presented for a 2000-calorie diet. Please also note that Daily Values and Upper Intakes are the results of different studies. Therefore, some contradictions may appear if the Daily Value (DV) is selected as the lower bound but UL (Upper Intake) is selected as the upper bound. In order to avoid these contradictions, some of the values are adjusted by FoodStruct's administration.

Pay attention that even some famous diets created by authority institutions may have problems with one or more nutrients. One of those examples, a plan created by NHLBI(National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute), is presented in our presents above. It's important to understand that most diets are defined weekly or even monthly and that a one-day diet is not enough to evaluate the whole plan. More approximations are used here.

The primary source of information is the FDA Food Central (U.S. Department of Agriculture)
Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which is the primary source of advice on this web resource.
Data provided by should be considered and used as information only. Please consult your physician before beginning any diet.