Nutrition Blog

Nutrient Analysis info and articles about Labels, Diets, Recipes, Nutrition Data,
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CFR 21 Food Labels
Food is directly related to health and well-being and when we eat food prepared by someone else, we are basically entrusting their expertise. Therefore, it is very important for food manufacturers to understand their responsibilities and keep the consumers well informed about the food products they are producing and hence, the necessity for food labeling. Food producers have an obligation to provide food for safe consumption. Labeling is a vital part for packaged foods. What
New Canada vs Current Canada Labels
Our team at Axxya is proud to release the New Canada Label features in our Nutritionist Pro™ NexGen application.  As many of you are aware Health Canada on October 24, 2016 launched the Healthy Eating Strategy for Canada.  One of its objectives is to help Canadians make better food choices.  To achieve this goal the final amendments to the Food and Drug Regulations- Nutrition Labelling, Other Labelling Provisions and Food Colours were published in Canada Gazette, Part II on December 14,
Ingredient Report Screen
At Axxya Systems you ask, and we deliver!  Last week we launched a new ingredient report which now displays more information about the ingredient you added to our online NexGen application.  To see this report login to the application here.  Next click on the Reports section from the main Home screen, then click Ingredients and pick Nutrition Analysis to view this report.  A sample report is also available here. The report has 5 sections, let’s
myplate food pattern
Did you know that SuperTracker was discontinued on June 30 3018?  SuperTracker was a great food pattern analysis tool that allowed users to enter the foods they consumed, and it displayed how those foods fit into a pattern of various food groups.  Food Pattern analysis is a great way to show where your diet needed improvement and what your clients or students were doing well.  Food patterns have groups like Grains, Vegetables, Fruit, Dairy, and