In order to allow professionals to find in Nutrium all foods necessary to put together the proper meal plan, the software has available 17 food composition databases. 

You can find the databases listed below:

  • Portuguese Food Composition Table (TCAP)

  • Peso, Uma Questão de Peso (Portugal)

  • Brazilian Food Composition Table (TACO)

  • Tables of the Nutritional Composition of Food Consumed in Brazil of IBGE (TCNA, IBGE)

  • USDA Food Composition Database, April 2018 (United States)

  • Spanish Food Composition Database (BEDCA, UGR)

  • Canadian Nutrient File, Government of Canada (CNF, GC)

  • French food composition (CIQUAL, ANSES)

  • McCance and Widdowson’s The Composition of Foods integrated dataset (Co FID)

  • Composition tables of foods and Greek dishes (CTFG, HHF)

  • Food Composition Database for Epidemiological Studies in Italy (FCDBE, IEO)

  • Irish Food Composition Database (IFCD, UCC)

  • Polish Foods Composition Database (PFCT, NFNI)

  • Luján University Data Base (Argentina)

  • Base de Datos del Centro de Enseñanza Superior de Nutrición y Dietética (CESNID Foundation, Spain)

  • Mexican Food Equivalents System (Mexico)

  • Swiss food composition database (FSVO)

You have the option to add these food composition databases to your account. In order to do that, you just need to access the Configurations and preferences section on the top right corner of the screen and then go to the Meal Planning Settings section. In this article you can learn how you can have access to more food databases in your account.

If you can't find the food composition database you normally use, leave us your suggestion so we can study the best way to integrate it.

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