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Nutritional Sciences

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Jeanne Pfander
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Software

Food Processor (ESHA) Software

"ESHA’s Food Processor® Nutrition Analysis software combines an extensive and meticulously researched food and ingredient database with an uncluttered, easy-to-use interface for accurate and comprehensive nutrition analysis. For more than 30 years, Nutritionists, Dietitians, Restaurants, and Educational Facilities have used the Food Processor Analysis tool to analyze menus, diets, foods, recipes, and even fitness needs of their clients..." For more information, see https://www.esha.com/products/food-processor/.

The UA Libraries provides access to the Food Processor software on our workstations in the Main, Weaver Science, Health Sciences and Fine Arts libraries. To locate the software, open the folder on the workstation desktop labeled "class software". Open that folder and look for the Food Processor link.

Genesis R&D Food Formulation & Labeling Software

"Genesis R&D® Food Formulation & Labeling Software enables users to easily create government-compliant Nutrition Facts panels, virtually formulate foods, analyze the nutritional content of your recipes, and adjust ingredients over and over without sending your formula to the lab each time you make a change. And, Genesis helps you conform to the ever-changing government regulations..."  For more information, see https://www.esha.com/products/genesis-rd-food-labeling-software/.

The UA Libraries provides access to the Genesis R&D Food Formulation & Labeling software on our workstations in the Main, Health Sciences, Weaver Science, and Fine Arts libraries. To locate the software, open the folder on the workstation desktop labeled "class software". Open that folder and look for the Genesis link.

Websites

UA Health Sciences Library Resources

Some of the guides on the UA Health Sciences Library - Tucson site that might be relevant include:

Consumer Health Info

Information Resources in Public Health