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  • Food categories
    The My Intake report shows you how many serves from each food group you eat and compares your intake to the recommended intake. My Intake also breaks down the food groups into further detail to show you the variety of foods you consume. Food Groups - Grains - Fruit - Vegetables - Dairy and dairy alternatives - Meat and meat alternatives Foods in detail - Refined grains - Wholegrains - Whole fruit - Fruit juice - Starchy vegetables - Non-starchy vegetables - Legumes - Red meat - Seafood - Processed meat - Nuts and seeds - Soy protein - Alcoholic drinks - Oil - Solid fat - Added sugar
  • Energy and macronutritents
    To learn more about your current intake you are provided with your estimated daily energy requirements, reported as kilojoules (4.2 kilojoules = 1 calorie). This provides you with an understanding of how much you are eating in order to lose, maintain, or gain weight depending on your personal goal. Your energy is broken down into energy from carbohydrates, protein, fat, alcohol, and fibre. You are also provided with intake information covering: - Protein - Carbohydrates - Fats (including saturated, monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, trans fat, and cholesterol) - Fibre - Sugars - Alcohol - Caffeine
  • Diet quality
    The My Intake report includes information which can help you to understand your diet quality. Nutrients that are associated with processed foods, which are high in energy and low in nutrition, are compared to the recommended limits you should stay under to achieve a high-quality diet. These limits are provided for: - Percentage of your energy from added sugar - Percentage of your energy from saturated fat - Percentage of your energy from trans fat - Grams of alcohol - Grams of daily fibre
  • Micronutritents
    The My Intake diet analysis provides you with information about your vitamin and mineral intake from food, and whether you are at risk of developing a nutrient deficiency or toxicity. Vitamins included in the analysis: - Thiamine (B1) - Riboflavin (B2) - Niacin (B3) - Vitamin B6 - Vitamin B12 - Folate - Vitamin C - Vitamin A - Vitamin E Minerals included in the analysis: - Sodium - Potassium - Phosphorus - Calcium - Magnesium - Iron - Zinc - Selenium - Iodine
  • Supplements
    The My Intake diet analysis also takes supplement use into account for those who regularly take supplements. When you register for your My Intake analysis you will need to provide details of all the supplements you are currently taking (brand, name, amount, and frequency).
  • Dietary recommendations
    Using the latest recommendations based on scientific research, the My Intake report provides you with information about the nutrients reported as well as tips on how to optimise your intake.
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