It’s with great excitement that we can announce a new version of our nutrition analysis software, myfood24, tailored for research and education in the United States of America. The latest addition joins our suite of international dietary assessment tools, making myfood24 now available for use in 11 different countries and regions!
Welcome to your end-of-year myfood24 updates!
From another branded database update to launching myfood24 healthcare: here’s everything the team has been working on since July.
We’re happy to announce that we have launched our first offline version of myfood24, making myfood24 now easier to access than ever!
We're thrilled to announce that our team of data and nutrition experts has been working hard to bring 11,000 new branded products to the French myfood24 food and nutrient database.
We’re pleased to reveal the launch of our Peruvian version of myfood24, adding to our expanding collection of internationally tailored tools for research.
After months of development, we’re excited to announce that the Arabic version of myfood24 is now available and ready to support nutritional analysis in the Middle East!
myfood24 now has an additional 15,000 new branded products available, taking the total number of food and drink items to over 62,000*!
We were very proud that myfood24 featured frequently in the recent eICDAM conference (International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods) by both Prof Cade and our collaborators, including 4 posters and 2 presentations. Read on to find out what these studies found!
Developed in conjunction with the University of Leeds, we are proud to announce that a Ugandan database has now been added to the suite of international databases offered by myfood24.
There's been lots of great nutrition and diet conferences this October, and Janet's been at quite a few!
Over the past month Prof Janet Cade's been busy discussing the importance of accurate, valid and reliable dietary assessment tools at a number of events and conferences including: FENS, BDA Health and Nutrition and Wheat-Health. Read on to find out more.