Diet management by home computer

October 07, 1990|By McClatchy News Service

A Sacramento software company has released a new program designed to help you track your nutritional intake and give reports for evaluating eating habits.

ProSlim from K-Soft Ware is not a diet program. By entering in the foods you eat, the computer calculates the nutritional content of the foods and stores it for recall in the form of graphs and itemized lists. The database of food items includes raw and prepared foods, fast foods, snacks and candy.

Pro-Slim currently is available for IBM-PC compatibles, but the Macintosh version is in the works. The price is $39.95.

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