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MyNetDiary Nutrient Object

{
  "203": {
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Protein goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      rawValue: "119",
      description:
        "Please enter your daily Protein goal in grams. Your recommended range is between 59 and 208 grams. Protein is needed for growth and repair of our body’s cells.",
      dialogTitle: "Protein Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "119g",
      recommended: "119"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: true,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/chicken_breast.jpg",
        name: "Chicken breast",
        nutrientAmount: "~20",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g of Protein",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/tuna.jpg",
        name: "Tuna",
        nutrientAmount: "~23",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/lentils.jpg",
        name: "Lentils",
        nutrientAmount: "~25",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Protein",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Protein in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Protein in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false
    },
    fatProtCarb: true,
    textHexColor: -570425344,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Protein  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      "The default goal is 20% Calories. Protein is found in both plant and animal foods.  Animal sources are β€œcomplete proteins” - that is, they provide all of the essential amino acids needed to build and repair proteins in the human body.  Plant sources of protein are loaded with dietary fiber and essential vitamins and minerals, but they are generally less digestible and low in one or more essential amino acids. Eating a variety of plant proteins will insure that enough of each essential amino acid is consumed. Some plants are particularly high in protein, such as dried beans and peas, nuts, and seeds. Soy products are highly digestible and can make meeting protein requirements a bit easier for vegans with small appetites.",
    articleURL: "/protein-foods-in-diet.html",
    labels: {
      planMacronutrientsLabel: "Plan Macronutrients",
      nutrInExamples: "Protein in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Protein",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Protein Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Protein Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -570425344,
    shortWebName: "Protein",
    nutrShortDesc: "Protein",
    nutrRemark: "Protein is needed for growth and repair of our body’s cells.",
    nutrNo: 203,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc: "1 gram of <b>Protein</b> provides 4 <b>Calories</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Calories",
        nutrNo: 208
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Protein</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Food Score / Grade",
        nutrNo: 1101
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Vitamin B-6</b> is needed for metabolism of Total Carbs and <b>Protein</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Vitamin B-6",
        nutrNo: 415
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Folate</b> is needed for <b>Protein</b> metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Folate",
        nutrNo: 417
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Vitamin B-12</b> is needed for energy metabolism (energy is provided by Total Fat, Total Carbs and <b>Protein</b>)",
        nutrDesc: "Vitamin B-12",
        nutrNo: 418
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Pantothenic Acid</b> is needed for Total Fat, Total Carbs, <b>Protein</b> metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Pantothenic Acid",
        nutrNo: 410
      }
    ]
  },
  "204": {
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Total Fat goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      rawValue: "92",
      description:
        "Please enter your daily Fat goal in grams. Your recommended range is between 53 and 92 grams. Fat is necessary for health and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins (Vitamins A, D, E, and K).",
      dialogTitle: "Total Fat Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "92g",
      recommended: "93"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/mixed_nuts.jpg",
        name: "Mixed nuts",
        nutrientAmount: "~50",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g of Total Fat",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/beef_short_ribs.jpg",
        name: "Beef short ribs",
        nutrientAmount: "~11",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/olive_oil.jpg",
        name: "Olive oil",
        nutrientAmount: "~100",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Total Fat",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Total Fat in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Total Fat in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false
    },
    fatProtCarb: true,
    textHexColor: -570425344,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Total Fat  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      "The default goal is 35% Calories. We need fat for basic bodily functions, as well as to absorb the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K.  Fats always contain a mixture of saturated fatty acids, monounsaturated fatty acids, and polyunsaturated fatty acids, but will differ in the relative proportion of each type. Trans fatty acids are a less common type of fatty acid and foods made with partially hydrogenated oils are the most risky for heart health.  To reduce risk of heart disease, consume more Unsaturated Fat relative to Saturated or Trans Fat.",
    articleURL: "/dietary-fats.html",
    labels: {
      planMacronutrientsLabel: "Plan Macronutrients",
      nutrInExamples: "Total Fat in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Total Fat",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Total Fat Analysis",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Total Fat Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: true,
    hexColor: -570425344,
    shortWebName: "Total Fat",
    nutrShortDesc: "Fat",
    nutrRemark:
      "Fat is necessary for health and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins (Vitamins A, D, E, and K).",
    nutrNo: 204,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc: "1 gram of <b>Total Fat</b> provides 9 <b>Calories</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Calories",
        nutrNo: 208
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Food Score / Grade",
        nutrNo: 1101
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Saturated Fat</b> is a component of <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Saturated Fat",
        nutrNo: 606
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Trans Fat</b> is a component of <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Trans Fat",
        nutrNo: 605
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Polyunsaturated Fat</b> is a component of <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Polyunsaturated Fat",
        nutrNo: 646
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Monounsaturated Fat</b> is a component of <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Monounsaturated Fat",
        nutrNo: 645
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Riboflavin</b> is needed for the metabolism of Total Carbs and <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Riboflavin",
        nutrNo: 405
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Niacin</b> is needed for energy (<b>Total Fat</b>) metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Niacin",
        nutrNo: 406
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Vitamin B-12</b> is needed for energy metabolism (energy is provided by <b>Total Fat</b>, Total Carbs and Protein)",
        nutrDesc: "Vitamin B-12",
        nutrNo: 418
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Pantothenic Acid</b> is needed for <b>Total Fat</b>, Total Carbs, Protein metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Pantothenic Acid",
        nutrNo: 410
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Manganese</b> is involved in <b>Total Fat</b> and Total Carbs metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Manganese",
        nutrNo: 315
      }
    ]
  },
  "205": {
    carb: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Total Carbs goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      rawValue: "267",
      description:
        "Please enter your daily Carbs goal in grams. Your recommended range is between 267 and 386 grams. Total Carbs is the sum of all carb components (starches, total sugars, sugar alcohols, and fiber).",
      dialogTitle: "Total Carbs Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "267g",
      recommended: "267"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: true,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/lentils.jpg",
        name: "Lentils",
        nutrientAmount: "~60",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g of Total Carbs",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/blueberries.jpg",
        name: "Blueberries",
        nutrientAmount: "~15",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/wild_rice.jpg",
        name: "Wild rice",
        nutrientAmount: "~20",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Total Carbs in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Total Carbs in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false
    },
    fatProtCarb: true,
    textHexColor: -570425344,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Total Carbs  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      "The default goal is 45% Calories. Total Carbs is the same value you see listed on food labels - it is the sum of all carb components (starches, total sugars, sugar alcohols, and fiber).  Grains, starchy vegetables, fruit, milk, and milk products (except cheese), are all considered major carb-containing foods. Watch your portion size to limit total carb load and calories, especially if you have diabetes or excess weight.  Regardless of low-carb or high-carb preference, choose whole foods over refined versions to limit calories as well as added sugars, fat, and sodium.",
    articleURL: "/carbs-in-weight-loss.html",
    labels: {
      planMacronutrientsLabel: "Plan Macronutrients",
      allCarbsSettings: "All Carbs Settings  πŸ”’",
      nutrInExamples: "Total Carbs in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Total Carbs",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Total Carbs Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Total Carbs Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -570425344,
    shortWebName: "Carbs",
    nutrShortDesc: "Carbs",
    nutrRemark:
      "Total Carbs is the sum of all carb components (starches, total sugars, sugar alcohols, and fiber).",
    nutrNo: 205,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc: "1 gram of <b>Total Carbs</b> provides 4 <b>Calories</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Calories",
        nutrNo: 208
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Total Carbs</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Food Score / Grade",
        nutrNo: 1101
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Dietary Fiber</b> is a component of <b>Total Carbs</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Dietary Fiber",
        nutrNo: 291
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Total Sugars</b> is a component of <b>Total Carbs</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Sugars",
        nutrNo: 269
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Sugar Alcohols</b> is a component of <b>Total Carbs</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Sugar Alcohols",
        nutrNo: 700
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Net Carbs</b> are calculated from <b>Total Carbs</b> and Dietary Fiber",
        nutrDesc: "Net Carbs",
        nutrNo: 1100
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Diabetes Carb Count</b> is calculated from <b>Total Carbs</b>, Dietary Fiber and Sugar Alcohols",
        nutrDesc: "Diabetes Carb Count",
        nutrNo: 1102
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Thiamin</b> is needed for <b>Total Carbs</b> and amino acid metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Thiamin",
        nutrNo: 404
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Riboflavin</b> is needed for the metabolism of <b>Total Carbs</b> and Total Fat",
        nutrDesc: "Riboflavin",
        nutrNo: 405
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Vitamin B-6</b> is needed for metabolism of <b>Total Carbs</b> and Protein",
        nutrDesc: "Vitamin B-6",
        nutrNo: 415
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Vitamin B-12</b> is needed for energy metabolism (energy is provided by Total Fat, <b>Total Carbs</b> and Protein)",
        nutrDesc: "Vitamin B-12",
        nutrNo: 418
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Pantothenic Acid</b> is needed for Total Fat, <b>Total Carbs</b>, Protein metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Pantothenic Acid",
        nutrNo: 410
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Manganese</b> is involved in Total Fat and <b>Total Carbs</b> metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Manganese",
        nutrNo: 315
      }
    ]
  },
  "208": {
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Calories goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "cals",
      personalizedUnit: "cals  πŸ”’",
      rawValue: "2,377",
      description:
        "Calories measure the amount of energy we consume from foods and beverages and the amount we burn from basal metabolism (at complete rest), thermogenesis (to digest and process food), and physical activity.  To lose weight, calories intake must be less than calories burned.  To gain weight, calories intake must be more than calories burned.  To maintain weight, calories intake needs to match calories burned.\nIf you want to see food and exercise energy in kilojoules, turn Use Kilojoules setting on.",
      dialogTitle: "Calories Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "2,377cals",
      recommended: "2,127"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/olive_oil.jpg",
        name: "Olive oil",
        nutrientAmount: "~880",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "cals",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/orange_juice.jpg",
        name: "Orange juice",
        nutrientAmount: "~45",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "cals",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/ice_cream.jpg",
        name: "Ice cream",
        nutrientAmount: "~250",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "cals",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Calories",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Calories in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Calories in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false
    },
    textHexColor: -13977594,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Calories  πŸ”’",
    units: "cals",
    blurb:
      "Calories measure the amount of energy we consume from foods and beverages and the amount we burn from basal metabolism (at complete rest), thermogenesis (to digest and process food), and physical activity.  To lose weight, calories intake must be less than calories burned.  To gain weight, calories intake must be more than calories burned.  To maintain weight, calories intake needs to match calories burned.\nIf you want to see food and exercise energy in kilojoules, turn Use Kilojoules setting on.",
    articleURL: "/planning_weight_and_calories.html",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Calories in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Calories",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Calories Analysis",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Calories Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: true,
    hexColor: -13977594,
    shortWebName: "Calories",
    nutrShortDesc: "Calories",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Calories barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Calories barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "Calories measure the amount of energy we consume and burn. Your daily food calories should be 2,377 to meet your stated weight goal in Plan.",
    nutrNo: 208,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc: "1 gram of <b>Total Fat</b> provides 9 <b>Calories</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Fat",
        nutrNo: 204
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "1 gram of <b>Total Carbs</b> provides 4 <b>Calories</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
        nutrNo: 205
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "1 gram of <b>Protein</b> provides 4 <b>Calories</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Protein",
        nutrNo: 203
      }
    ]
  },
  "221": {
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Alcohol goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Alcohol has calories but it is not considered a nutrient. You can set a gram goal, track it in your log and/or Dashboard, but it is excluded from macronutrient planning for two main reasons. Reason 1: Most MyNetDiary members are trying to lose weight so their calories goal is already quite low.  Budgeting for alcohol grams means reserving calories for alcohol, a source of empty calories.  If alcohol is excluded from macronutrient planning, then there are more calories available from macronutrients that directly support and nourish the body during weight loss.  Reason 2: Alcohol content is missing from many beverage containers in the U.S. due to state and federal laws.  This means that logged intake will typically be lower than actual alcohol intake.  This error would result in an incorrect summary of the percentage of calories coming from all macronutrients.  Also, calories and nutrients are not required on alcoholic beverages, causing more error.  However, drinking alcohol in moderation is associated with a lower risk of heart disease. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends no more than 2 drinks per day for men (27g pure alcohol) and no more than 1 drink per day for women (14g pure alcohol).   Those levels are  considered β€œmoderate drinkingβ€œ.",
      dialogTitle: "Alcohol Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: ""
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/beer.jpg",
        name: "Beer",
        nutrientAmount: "~14",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g of Alcohol",
        sourceAmount: "12 fl oz (360ml)"
      },
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/wine.jpg",
        name: "Wine",
        nutrientAmount: "~14",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "5 fl oz (150ml)"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/distilled_spirits.jpg",
        name: "Distilled spirits",
        nutrientAmount: "~14",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "1.5 fl oz (45ml)"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Alcohol",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Alcohol in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Alcohol in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Alcohol on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Alcohol  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      "Alcohol has calories but it is not considered a nutrient. You can set a gram goal, track it in your log and/or Dashboard, but it is excluded from macronutrient planning for two main reasons. Reason 1: Most MyNetDiary members are trying to lose weight so their calories goal is already quite low.  Budgeting for alcohol grams means reserving calories for alcohol, a source of empty calories.  If alcohol is excluded from macronutrient planning, then there are more calories available from macronutrients that directly support and nourish the body during weight loss.  Reason 2: Alcohol content is missing from many beverage containers in the U.S. due to state and federal laws.  This means that logged intake will typically be lower than actual alcohol intake.  This error would result in an incorrect summary of the percentage of calories coming from all macronutrients.  Also, calories and nutrients are not required on alcoholic beverages, causing more error.  However, drinking alcohol in moderation is associated with a lower risk of heart disease. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends no more than 2 drinks per day for men (27g pure alcohol) and no more than 1 drink per day for women (14g pure alcohol).   Those levels are  considered β€œmoderate drinkingβ€œ.",
    articleURL:
      "https://www.niaaa.nih.gov/alcohol-health/overview-alcohol-consumption/what-standard-drink",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Alcohol in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Alcohol",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Alcohol Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Alcohol Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Alcohol",
    nutrShortDesc: "Alcohol",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Alcohol barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Alcohol barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark: "Not an essential nutrient. Limit to 27g or less daily.",
    nutrNo: 221
  },
  "262": {
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Caffeine goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Not an essential dietary nutrient. Be careful with caffeine supplements of any type as they can be quite high in caffeine.  Go for coffee or tea instead of energy drinks.  Avoid excessive caffeine during pregnancy (less than 200 mg daily per Mayo Clinic).",
      dialogTitle: "Caffeine Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: ""
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/coffee.jpg",
        name: "Coffee",
        nutrientAmount: "~40",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Caffeine",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/dark_chocolate.jpg",
        name: "Dark chocolate",
        nutrientAmount: "~130",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/black_tea.jpg",
        name: "Black tea",
        nutrientAmount: "~20",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Caffeine",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Caffeine in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
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      title: "Show in Food Log",
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        " setting controls appearance of Caffeine on the dashboard."
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    blurb:
      "Not an essential dietary nutrient. Be careful with caffeine supplements of any type as they can be quite high in caffeine.  Go for coffee or tea instead of energy drinks.  Avoid excessive caffeine during pregnancy (less than 200 mg daily per Mayo Clinic).",
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      "http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/caffeine/art-20045678",
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    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Caffeine barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Caffeine barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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    nutrNo: 262
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    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Total Sugars goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "This field is for total sugars not added sugars. Food labels are not yet required to specify added sugars. MyNetDiary uses a default goal of 25% total calories for total sugars.  For your 2,377 calorie budget that is 149g.  Note that the U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommends no more than 10% calories coming from added sugars.  Do not use this as a target since it will be too low of a goal - too many foods contain small amounts of naturally occurring sugars.",
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      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "149"
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/grapes.jpg",
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        nutrientAmount: "~15",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
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      note: "Show Total Sugars in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
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      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
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        "Show Total Sugars in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
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      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
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      descriptionLine2Sufix:
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    units: "g",
    blurb:
      "This field is for total sugars not added sugars. Food labels are not yet required to specify added sugars. MyNetDiary uses a default goal of 25% total calories for total sugars.  For your 2,377 calorie budget that is 149g.  Note that the U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommends no more than 10% calories coming from added sugars.  Do not use this as a target since it will be too low of a goal - too many foods contain small amounts of naturally occurring sugars.",
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      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Total Sugars Analysis  πŸ”’",
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    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Sugars",
    nutrShortDesc: "Total Sugars",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note:
        "Show Total Sugars barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Total Sugars barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
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      "Total sugars including naturally occurring and added sugars. Limit to 149g or less daily.",
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        nutrNo: 1101
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        relationDesc:
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    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Dietary Fiber goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Choosing whole grains, fruit, vegetables, and dried beans/peas will help you meet your goal. High fiber foods are also lower in net carbs.The U.S. Dietary Reference Intakes recommend 14 grams per 1000 calories consumed.   For your 2,377 calorie budget that is 33g. Choosing whole grains, fruit, vegetables, and dried beans/peas will help you meet your goal. High fiber foods are also lower in net carbs.",
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      title: "Daily Target Value",
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      recommended: "33"
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g of Dietary Fiber",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        imageURL:
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        nutrientAmount: "~5",
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      note: "Show Dietary Fiber in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
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        "Show Dietary Fiber in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
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      title: "Show in Food Log",
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    blurb:
      "Choosing whole grains, fruit, vegetables, and dried beans/peas will help you meet your goal. High fiber foods are also lower in net carbs.The U.S. Dietary Reference Intakes recommend 14 grams per 1000 calories consumed.   For your 2,377 calorie budget that is 33g. Choosing whole grains, fruit, vegetables, and dried beans/peas will help you meet your goal. High fiber foods are also lower in net carbs.",
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      note:
        "Show Dietary Fiber barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Dietary Fiber barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
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      "Provides multiple health benefits, high in plant foods. 33g recommended.",
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        nutrNo: 1101
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        nutrNo: 205
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      note:
        "Your personal Calcium goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      rawValue: "1,000",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 1,000mg. Calcium is a mineral needed for healthy bones, teeth, muscle contraction, blood clotting, heart rhythm, and blood pressure control. Rich sources include dairy products (milk, yogurt, cheese), sardines or salmon with bones, calcium-treated tofu, fortified soy and rice beverages, calcium-fortified orange juice, and Chinese cabbage (napa).  The calcium in most dark green leafy vegetables (e.g. spinach) is bound up with oxalic acid so absorption is poor and lower than from other foods.",
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      note: "Show Calcium in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
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      menuItemShortLabel: "Hide  πŸ”’",
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        "Show Calcium in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
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        " setting controls appearance of Calcium on the dashboard."
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    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 1,000mg. Calcium is a mineral needed for healthy bones, teeth, muscle contraction, blood clotting, heart rhythm, and blood pressure control. Rich sources include dairy products (milk, yogurt, cheese), sardines or salmon with bones, calcium-treated tofu, fortified soy and rice beverages, calcium-fortified orange juice, and Chinese cabbage (napa).  The calcium in most dark green leafy vegetables (e.g. spinach) is bound up with oxalic acid so absorption is poor and lower than from other foods.",
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    hexColor: -6982195,
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      note: "Show Calcium barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Calcium barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
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      value: false
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        relationDesc:
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        nutrNo: 324
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    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Iron goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 8mg. Iron is a mineral needed by red blood cells to transport oxygen from the lungs to all other cells.  Iron is carried by hemoglobin, a protein found in red blood cells.  Iron deficiency is the most common nutrient deficiency in the world. Rich animal sources include liver, clams and oysters (and other mollusks), and red meat.  Rich plant sources include fortified breakfast cereals and breads, soybeans, lentils (and other dried beans/peas), and seeds. Consuming foods high in Vitamin C along with plant sources of iron will increase absorption - this is especially helpful for vegetarians.",
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      value: "no target",
      recommended: "8"
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Iron",
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        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/lentils.jpg",
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      note: "Show Iron in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
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      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
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    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 8mg. Iron is a mineral needed by red blood cells to transport oxygen from the lungs to all other cells.  Iron is carried by hemoglobin, a protein found in red blood cells.  Iron deficiency is the most common nutrient deficiency in the world. Rich animal sources include liver, clams and oysters (and other mollusks), and red meat.  Rich plant sources include fortified breakfast cereals and breads, soybeans, lentils (and other dried beans/peas), and seeds. Consuming foods high in Vitamin C along with plant sources of iron will increase absorption - this is especially helpful for vegetarians.",
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      note: "Show Iron barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
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        "Show Iron barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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      "Iron is a mineral needed by red blood cells to transport oxygen from the lungs to all other cells. 8mg recommended.",
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        nutrNo: 1101
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        relationDesc:
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        nutrNo: 401
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  "304": {
    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Magnesium goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 420mg. Magnesium is a mineral needed for muscle function, energy metabolism, protein synthesis, potassium and calcium balance in cells, blood pressure and blood glucose control, and bone health. Rich food sources include: nuts and seeds (especially pumpkin seeds, brazil nuts, sesame seeds, and almonds), fish and shellfish, and dark green leafy vegetables.",
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      value: "no target",
      recommended: "420"
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        nutrientAmount: "~30",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/almonds.jpg",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "1 oz (28g)"
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      note: "Show Magnesium in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
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        "Show Magnesium in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
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      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
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    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 420mg. Magnesium is a mineral needed for muscle function, energy metabolism, protein synthesis, potassium and calcium balance in cells, blood pressure and blood glucose control, and bone health. Rich food sources include: nuts and seeds (especially pumpkin seeds, brazil nuts, sesame seeds, and almonds), fish and shellfish, and dark green leafy vegetables.",
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    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Magnes.",
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    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Magnesium barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Magnesium barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
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      value: false
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      "Needed for muscle function, blood pressure and blood glucose control, and bone health. 420mg recommended.",
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  "305": {
    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Phosphorus goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 700mg. Phosphorus is a mineral needed for healthy bones and teeth, normal pH (acid/base balance), growth and repair of body cells, and for making ATP, the energy molecule.  Many foods contain phosphorus but particularly rich sources are meat, oysters, milk, cheese, soy products, chocolate, nuts, seeds, and dried beans/peas.",
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      recommended: "700"
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Phosphorus",
        sourceAmount: "1 oz (28g)"
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        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/oysters.jpg",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        imageURL:
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        nutrientAmount: "~250",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "8 fl oz (240ml)"
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    nutrDesc: "Phosphorus",
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        "Show Phosphorus in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
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      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
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        " setting controls appearance of Phosphorus on the dashboard."
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    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 700mg. Phosphorus is a mineral needed for healthy bones and teeth, normal pH (acid/base balance), growth and repair of body cells, and for making ATP, the energy molecule.  Many foods contain phosphorus but particularly rich sources are meat, oysters, milk, cheese, soy products, chocolate, nuts, seeds, and dried beans/peas.",
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    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Phosphorus",
    nutrShortDesc: "Phosphorus",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Phosphorus barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Phosphorus barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
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      value: false
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      "Needed for proper functioning of all cells, muscle contraction, and blood pressure control. 700mg recommended.",
    nutrNo: 305
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    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Potassium goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your AI (Adequate Intake) is: 4,700mg. There is no RDA (recommended dietary allowance) for this nutrient given insufficient data. Potassium is a mineral needed for proper functioning of all cells, nerve transmission, muscle contraction, and blood pressure control. Rich sources include vegetables (especially potatoes and winter squash), fruit (especially bananas and apricots), soybeans, dried beans/peas, and molasses.",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Potassium",
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        nutrientAmount: "~350",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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      {
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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    nutrDesc: "Potassium",
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      note: "Show Potassium in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Potassium in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Potassium on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Potassium  πŸ”’",
    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      "Your AI (Adequate Intake) is: 4,700mg. There is no RDA (recommended dietary allowance) for this nutrient given insufficient data. Potassium is a mineral needed for proper functioning of all cells, nerve transmission, muscle contraction, and blood pressure control. Rich sources include vegetables (especially potatoes and winter squash), fruit (especially bananas and apricots), soybeans, dried beans/peas, and molasses.",
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      nutrInExamples: "Potassium in Example Foods",
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    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Potassium",
    nutrShortDesc: "Potassium",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Potassium barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Potassium barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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      "Needed for proper functioning of all cells, muscle contraction, and blood pressure control. 4,700mg recommended.",
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    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Sodium goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      rawValue: "2,300",
      description:
        "The 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommend an intake of no more than 2,300mg per day for healthy adults.  For people younger than 14 years old, or for adults with high blood pressure, a lower sodium goal might be recommended.  For athletes and others who train with a high sweat loss, a higher sodium goal might be needed. Sodium is high in salt, fast food, convenience foods, canned foods, bread, and in most condiments (e.g. soy sauce). 1 teaspoon of salt provides 2,300mg.",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Sodium",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "Sandwich"
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      {
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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    nutrDesc: "Sodium",
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      note: "Show Sodium in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Hide from Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Hide  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
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      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
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      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
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        " setting controls appearance of Sodium on the dashboard."
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    nutrDescPersonolized: "Sodium  πŸ”’",
    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      "The 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommend an intake of no more than 2,300mg per day for healthy adults.  For people younger than 14 years old, or for adults with high blood pressure, a lower sodium goal might be recommended.  For athletes and others who train with a high sweat loss, a higher sodium goal might be needed. Sodium is high in salt, fast food, convenience foods, canned foods, bread, and in most condiments (e.g. soy sauce). 1 teaspoon of salt provides 2,300mg.",
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    analysisAllowed: true,
    hexColor: -6982195,
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    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Sodium barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Hide from Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Hide  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Sodium barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
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      "Too much sodium from any source can raise blood pressure. Limit to 2,300mg or less daily.",
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    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Zinc goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 11mg. Zinc is a mineral needed for growth, the immune system, wound healing, and for taste and smell.  Zinc is a part of the powerful superoxide dismutase antioxidant enzyme system. Rich food sources include: oysters, meat (beef, pork, lamb), poultry, seeds (especially sesame seeds), peanuts, fortified cereals, dried beans/peas, whole grains, and fortified cereals.",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Zinc",
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        nutrientAmount: "~8",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        nutrientAmount: "~5",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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    nutrDesc: "Zinc",
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      note: "Show Zinc in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1: "Show Zinc in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
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        " setting controls appearance of Zinc on the dashboard."
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    textHexColor: -8625748,
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    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 11mg. Zinc is a mineral needed for growth, the immune system, wound healing, and for taste and smell.  Zinc is a part of the powerful superoxide dismutase antioxidant enzyme system. Rich food sources include: oysters, meat (beef, pork, lamb), poultry, seeds (especially sesame seeds), peanuts, fortified cereals, dried beans/peas, whole grains, and fortified cereals.",
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    shortWebName: "Zinc",
    nutrShortDesc: "Zinc",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Zinc barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Zinc barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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    nutrRemark:
      "Needed for growth, the immune system, wound healing, and for taste and smell. 11mg recommended.",
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    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Copper goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 0.9mg. Copper is a mineral needed (along with iron) to form red blood cells, and for healthy blood vessels, bones, nerves, and immunity. Copper is a part of the powerful superoxide dismutase antioxidant enzyme system.  High zinc intake (e.g. in supplements) can decrease copper absorption but deficiency is rare. Rich food sources include liver, shellfish and mollusks (e.g. oysters, squid, lobster), nuts (especially cashews), and seeds (especially sesame).",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Copper",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/cashews.jpg",
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        nutrientAmount: "~2",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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    ],
    nutrDesc: "Copper",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Copper in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Copper in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Copper on the dashboard."
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    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Copper  πŸ”’",
    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 0.9mg. Copper is a mineral needed (along with iron) to form red blood cells, and for healthy blood vessels, bones, nerves, and immunity. Copper is a part of the powerful superoxide dismutase antioxidant enzyme system.  High zinc intake (e.g. in supplements) can decrease copper absorption but deficiency is rare. Rich food sources include liver, shellfish and mollusks (e.g. oysters, squid, lobster), nuts (especially cashews), and seeds (especially sesame).",
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    shortWebName: "Copper",
    nutrShortDesc: "Copper",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Copper barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Copper barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
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      value: false
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      "Needed to form red blood cells, for healthy blood vessels, bones, nerves, and immunity. 0.9mg recommended.",
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    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Manganese goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your AI (Adequate Intake) is: 2.3mg. There is no RDA (recommended dietary allowance) for this nutrient given insufficient data. Manganese is a mineral needed to form bone and cartilage, sex hormones, blood-clotting factors, and is involved in fat and carb metabolism. It is part of the powerful superoxide dismutase antioxidant enzyme system. Rich food sources include mussels, whole grains, dried beans/peas, nuts (especially pecans), seeds (especially pumpkin), wild blueberries, pineapple, and tea.",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Manganese",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        nutrientAmount: "~2.5",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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    ],
    nutrDesc: "Manganese",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Manganese in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Manganese in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
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    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
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    blurb:
      "Your AI (Adequate Intake) is: 2.3mg. There is no RDA (recommended dietary allowance) for this nutrient given insufficient data. Manganese is a mineral needed to form bone and cartilage, sex hormones, blood-clotting factors, and is involved in fat and carb metabolism. It is part of the powerful superoxide dismutase antioxidant enzyme system. Rich food sources include mussels, whole grains, dried beans/peas, nuts (especially pecans), seeds (especially pumpkin), wild blueberries, pineapple, and tea.",
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    analysisAllowed: false,
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    nutrShortDesc: "Manganese",
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      note: "Show Manganese barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Manganese barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
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      value: false
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    nutrRemark:
      "Needed for normal muscle and nerve function, formation of bone, and connective tissue. 2.3mg recommended.",
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        nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
        nutrNo: 205
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  "317": {
    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Selenium goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mcg",
      personalizedUnit: "mcg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 55mcg. Selenium is a mineral needed for healthy thyroid function, to make DNA, and to protect your body from infection and damage caused by oxidation.  Rich food sources include: nuts (especially Brazil nuts), seeds,  meat (especially organs), seafood, wheat, yogurt, egg, and cheese.",
      dialogTitle: "Selenium Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "55"
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    analysisFatRedirect: false,
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg of Selenium",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/fish.jpg",
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        nutrientAmount: "~60",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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      {
        imageURL:
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        nutrientAmount: "~55",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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    ],
    nutrDesc: "Selenium",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Selenium in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Selenium in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
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    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Selenium  πŸ”’",
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    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 55mcg. Selenium is a mineral needed for healthy thyroid function, to make DNA, and to protect your body from infection and damage caused by oxidation.  Rich food sources include: nuts (especially Brazil nuts), seeds,  meat (especially organs), seafood, wheat, yogurt, egg, and cheese.",
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      about: "About Selenium",
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    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Selenium",
    nutrShortDesc: "Selenium",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Selenium barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Selenium barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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    nutrRemark:
      "Needed for healthy thyroid function, and protection from damage caused by oxidation. 55mcg recommended.",
    nutrNo: 317
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  "318": {
    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Vitamin A goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "iu",
      personalizedUnit: "iu  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 3,000iu. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that is needed for vision, normal growth, and immune function.  Animal sources include liver, milk, cheese, and eggs. Plant sources are in the form of beta-carotene and include orange colored fruits and vegetables (e.g. carrots, sweet potatoes, apricots, cantaloupe, and pumpkin) and dark green leafy vegetables (e.g. spinach and kale). Limit intake of animal or supplement form of vitamin A (retinol) to 3000 mcg (10,000 IU) per day or less to avoid adverse health effects (e.g. birth defects, liver disease).",
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      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "3,000"
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    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
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        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/liver.jpg",
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        nutrientAmount: "~13,000",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "iu of Vitamin A",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/carrots.jpg",
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        nutrientAmount: "~16,000",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "iu",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/sweet_potatoes.jpg",
        name: "Sweet potatoes",
        nutrientAmount: "~16,000",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "iu",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Vitamin A",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Vitamin A in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin A in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Vitamin A on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Vitamin A  πŸ”’",
    units: "iu",
    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 3,000iu. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that is needed for vision, normal growth, and immune function.  Animal sources include liver, milk, cheese, and eggs. Plant sources are in the form of beta-carotene and include orange colored fruits and vegetables (e.g. carrots, sweet potatoes, apricots, cantaloupe, and pumpkin) and dark green leafy vegetables (e.g. spinach and kale). Limit intake of animal or supplement form of vitamin A (retinol) to 3000 mcg (10,000 IU) per day or less to avoid adverse health effects (e.g. birth defects, liver disease).",
    articleURL: "https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminA-Consumer",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Vitamin A in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Vitamin A",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Vitamin A Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Vitamin A Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Vitamin A",
    nutrShortDesc: "Vitamin A",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Vitamin A barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin A barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "Needed for vision, growth, and immune function. 3,000iu recommended.",
    nutrNo: 318,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Vitamin A</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Food Score / Grade",
        nutrNo: 1101
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  },
  "323": {
    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Vitamin E goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 15mg. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin needed for immune function and antioxidant activity.  Rich food sources include vegetable oils, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and wheat germ.",
      dialogTitle: "Vitamin E Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "15"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL:
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        name: "Sunflower seeds",
        nutrientAmount: "~12",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Vitamin E",
        sourceAmount: "1 oz (28g)"
      },
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/almonds.jpg",
        name: "Almonds",
        nutrientAmount: "~8",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "1 oz (28g)"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/peanut_butter.jpg",
        name: "Peanut butter",
        nutrientAmount: "~3",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "1 oz (28g)"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Vitamin E",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Vitamin E in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin E in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Vitamin E on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Vitamin E  πŸ”’",
    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 15mg. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin needed for immune function and antioxidant activity.  Rich food sources include vegetable oils, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and wheat germ.",
    articleURL: "https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminE-Consumer",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Vitamin E in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Vitamin E",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Vitamin E Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Vitamin E Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Vitamin E",
    nutrShortDesc: "Vitamin E",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Vitamin E barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin E barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "Important for immune function and antioxidant activity. 15mg recommended.",
    nutrNo: 323
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  "324": {
    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Vitamin D goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "iu",
      personalizedUnit: "iu  πŸ”’",
      description:
        'Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 600iu. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin needed for normal calcium absorption and for healthy bones and teeth.  This "sunshine vitamin" can be made by our skin after exposure to sunlight. Food sources include liver, fish, mushrooms exposed to UV light, and fortified foods and beverages (e.g. cow’s milk and soy drinks).',
      dialogTitle: "Vitamin D Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "600"
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    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/salmon.jpg",
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        nutrientAmount: "~440",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "iu of Vitamin D",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
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        nutrientAmount: "~120",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "iu",
        sourceAmount: "8 fl oz (240ml)"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/mushrooms.jpg",
        name: "Mushrooms",
        nutrientAmount: "~1,150",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "iu",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Vitamin D",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Vitamin D in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin D in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Vitamin D on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Vitamin D  πŸ”’",
    units: "iu",
    blurb:
      'Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 600iu. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin needed for normal calcium absorption and for healthy bones and teeth.  This "sunshine vitamin" can be made by our skin after exposure to sunlight. Food sources include liver, fish, mushrooms exposed to UV light, and fortified foods and beverages (e.g. cow’s milk and soy drinks).',
    articleURL: "https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminD-Consumer",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Vitamin D in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Vitamin D",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Vitamin D Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Vitamin D Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Vitamin D",
    nutrShortDesc: "Vitamin D",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Vitamin D barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin D barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "Comes from sun exposure and food -  needed for normal calcium absorption and for healthy bones and teeth. 600iu recommended.",
    nutrNo: 324,
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      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Vitamin D</b> is needed for normal <b>Calcium</b> absorption",
        nutrDesc: "Calcium",
        nutrNo: 301
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  },
  "401": {
    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Vitamin C goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 90mg. Smokers need to add 35 mg to their RDA.  Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin needed for wound healing.  It also enhances absorption of iron from plants (nonheme iron).  Rich sources include most fruits and vegetables but especially citrus fruit, strawberries, and both hot and sweet peppers.",
      dialogTitle: "Vitamin C Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "90"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
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        imageURL:
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        name: "Bell peppers",
        nutrientAmount: "~80",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Vitamin C",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
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        name: "Citrus fruits",
        nutrientAmount: "~45",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/strawberries.jpg",
        name: "Strawberries",
        nutrientAmount: "~60",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Vitamin C",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Vitamin C in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin C in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Vitamin C on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Vitamin C  πŸ”’",
    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 90mg. Smokers need to add 35 mg to their RDA.  Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin needed for wound healing.  It also enhances absorption of iron from plants (nonheme iron).  Rich sources include most fruits and vegetables but especially citrus fruit, strawberries, and both hot and sweet peppers.",
    articleURL: "https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminC-Consumer",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Vitamin C in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Vitamin C",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Vitamin C Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Vitamin C Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Vitamin C",
    nutrShortDesc: "Vitamin C",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Vitamin C barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin C barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "Needed for wound healing and increases absorption of iron from plants. 90mg recommended.",
    nutrNo: 401,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Vitamin C</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Food Score / Grade",
        nutrNo: 1101
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Vitamin C</b> is needed for <b>Iron</b> absorption from plants",
        nutrDesc: "Iron",
        nutrNo: 303
      }
    ]
  },
  "404": {
    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Thiamin goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 1.2mg. Thiamin is a water-soluble vitamin needed for energy metabolism (carbs and protein).  Rich food sources include soy products, pork, fortified bread/cereal/pasta, whole grains, wheat germ, fish, dried beans/peas, and seeds.",
      dialogTitle: "Thiamin Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "1.2"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/soy_veggie_burger.jpg",
        name: "Soy veggie burger",
        nutrientAmount: "~1.9",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Thiamin",
        sourceAmount: "patty 70g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/pork_tenderloin.jpg",
        name: "Pork tenderloin",
        nutrientAmount: "~1",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
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        name: "Bran flakes",
        nutrientAmount: "~1.3",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "4/3 cup(29g)"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Thiamin",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Thiamin in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Thiamin in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Thiamin on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Thiamin  πŸ”’",
    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 1.2mg. Thiamin is a water-soluble vitamin needed for energy metabolism (carbs and protein).  Rich food sources include soy products, pork, fortified bread/cereal/pasta, whole grains, wheat germ, fish, dried beans/peas, and seeds.",
    articleURL: "https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Thiamin-Consumer",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Thiamin in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Thiamin",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Thiamin Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Thiamin Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Thiamin",
    nutrShortDesc: "Thiamin",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Thiamin barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Thiamin barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark: "Needed for energy metabolism. 1.2mg recommended.",
    nutrNo: 404,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Thiamin</b> is needed for <b>Total Carbs</b> and amino acid metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
        nutrNo: 205
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  },
  "405": {
    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Riboflavin goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 1.3mg. Riboflavin is a water-soluble vitamin needed for energy metabolism (carbs and fat).  Rich food sources include liver (and other organ meats), meats, fortified grains and cereals, milk, and almonds.  Since light destroys riboflavin, store milk in containers that block light.",
      dialogTitle: "Riboflavin Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "1.3"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/lamb.jpg",
        name: "Lamb",
        nutrientAmount: "~0.2",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Riboflavin",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
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        name: "Milk",
        nutrientAmount: "~0.5",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "8 fl oz (240ml)"
      },
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/almonds.jpg",
        name: "Almonds",
        nutrientAmount: "~1.1",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Riboflavin",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Riboflavin in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Riboflavin in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Riboflavin on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Riboflavin  πŸ”’",
    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 1.3mg. Riboflavin is a water-soluble vitamin needed for energy metabolism (carbs and fat).  Rich food sources include liver (and other organ meats), meats, fortified grains and cereals, milk, and almonds.  Since light destroys riboflavin, store milk in containers that block light.",
    articleURL: "https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Riboflavin-Consumer",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Riboflavin in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Riboflavin",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Riboflavin Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Riboflavin Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Riboflavin",
    nutrShortDesc: "Riboflavin",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Riboflavin barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Riboflavin barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark: "Needed for energy metabolism. 1.3mg recommended.",
    nutrNo: 405,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Riboflavin</b> is needed for the metabolism of Total Carbs and <b>Total Fat</b>",
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        nutrNo: 204
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Riboflavin</b> is needed for the metabolism of <b>Total Carbs</b> and Total Fat",
        nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
        nutrNo: 205
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  },
  "406": {
    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Niacin goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 16mg. Niacin is a water-soluble vitamin needed for energy metabolism (fat).  It is also needed for healthy skin, nerves, and digestion.  Rich sources include turkey and chicken, meat, fish, peanuts, soy products, corn tortillas, and fortified cereals.",
      dialogTitle: "Niacin Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "16"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/turkey.jpg",
        name: "Turkey",
        nutrientAmount: "~12",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Niacin",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/beef.jpg",
        name: "Beef",
        nutrientAmount: "~8",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/soy_veggie_burger.jpg",
        name: "Soy veggie burger",
        nutrientAmount: "~6",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "patty 70g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Niacin",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Niacin in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Niacin in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Niacin on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Niacin  πŸ”’",
    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 16mg. Niacin is a water-soluble vitamin needed for energy metabolism (fat).  It is also needed for healthy skin, nerves, and digestion.  Rich sources include turkey and chicken, meat, fish, peanuts, soy products, corn tortillas, and fortified cereals.",
    articleURL: "https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/002409.htm",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Niacin in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Niacin",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Niacin Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Niacin Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Niacin",
    nutrShortDesc: "Niacin",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Niacin barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Niacin barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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    nutrRemark:
      "Needed for energy metabolism, digestion, skin, and nerves. 16mg recommended.",
    nutrNo: 406,
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        relationDesc:
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        nutrNo: 204
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    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Pantothenic Acid goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your AI (Adequate Intake) is: 5mg. There is no RDA (recommended dietary allowance) for this nutrient given insufficient data. Pantothenic acid is a water-soluble vitamin needed for fat, carb, and protein metabolism, and growth. Rich food sources include liver, meat, fish, sunflower seeds, fortified cereals, mushrooms, and avocado.",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg of Pantothenic Acid",
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        nutrientAmount: "~1.5",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/avocado.jpg",
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      note:
        "Show Pantothenic Acid in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
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      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
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    nutrDescPersonolized: "Pantothenic Acid  πŸ”’",
    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      "Your AI (Adequate Intake) is: 5mg. There is no RDA (recommended dietary allowance) for this nutrient given insufficient data. Pantothenic acid is a water-soluble vitamin needed for fat, carb, and protein metabolism, and growth. Rich food sources include liver, meat, fish, sunflower seeds, fortified cereals, mushrooms, and avocado.",
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    showOnDashboard: {
      note:
        "Show Pantothenic Acid barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Pantothenic Acid barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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    nutrRemark:
      "Needed for fat, carb, and protein metabolism, and growth. 5mg recommended.",
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        relationDesc:
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      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Pantothenic Acid</b> is needed for Total Fat, <b>Total Carbs</b>, Protein metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
        nutrNo: 205
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      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Pantothenic Acid</b> is needed for Total Fat, Total Carbs, <b>Protein</b> metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Protein",
        nutrNo: 203
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      note:
        "Your personal Vitamin B-6 goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 1.3mg. Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin needed for metabolism of carbs and protein, and for healthy red blood cells.  Rich sources include turkey and chicken, red meat, fish, chickpeas, potatoes, pistachios, brussels sprouts, and bananas.  The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends taking vitamin B6 supplements under a doctor’s care for nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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    nutrDesc: "Vitamin B-6",
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      note: "Show Vitamin B-6 in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
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      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
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    nutrDescPersonolized: "Vitamin B-6  πŸ”’",
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    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 1.3mg. Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin needed for metabolism of carbs and protein, and for healthy red blood cells.  Rich sources include turkey and chicken, red meat, fish, chickpeas, potatoes, pistachios, brussels sprouts, and bananas.  The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends taking vitamin B6 supplements under a doctor’s care for nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.",
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    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Vit. B-6",
    nutrShortDesc: "Vitamin B-6",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Vitamin B-6 barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin B-6 barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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    nutrRemark:
      "Needed for protein and carbs metabolism and for healthy red blood cells. 1.3mg recommended.",
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      {
        relationDesc:
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        nutrNo: 203
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    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Folate goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mcg",
      personalizedUnit: "mcg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 400mcg. Folate is a water-soluble vitamin needed for protein and nucleic acid (DNA) metabolism and for healthy red blood cells.  Rich food sources include dark green leafy vegetables, fortified grain products, and dried beans/peas. Adequate folate intake during pregnancy is critical to reduce risk of spina bifida (a neural tube defect).",
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      value: "no target",
      recommended: "400"
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    analysisFatRedirect: false,
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg of Folate",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/lentils.jpg",
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        nutrientAmount: "~180",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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    ],
    nutrDesc: "Folate",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Folate in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
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      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
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      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Folate on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Folate  πŸ”’",
    units: "mcg",
    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 400mcg. Folate is a water-soluble vitamin needed for protein and nucleic acid (DNA) metabolism and for healthy red blood cells.  Rich food sources include dark green leafy vegetables, fortified grain products, and dried beans/peas. Adequate folate intake during pregnancy is critical to reduce risk of spina bifida (a neural tube defect).",
    articleURL: "https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Folate-Consumer",
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      nutrInExamples: "Folate in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Folate",
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    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Folate",
    nutrShortDesc: "Folate",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Folate barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Folate barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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    nutrRemark:
      "Needed for protein metabolism, form red blood cells and DNA. 400mcg recommended.",
    nutrNo: 417,
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        relationDesc: "<b>Folate</b> is needed for <b>Protein</b> metabolism",
        nutrDesc: "Protein",
        nutrNo: 203
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    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Vitamin B-12 goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mcg",
      personalizedUnit: "mcg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 2.4mcg. Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin needed for energy metabolism, formation of normal red blood cells and neurological function. Found in all animal foods (land and sea) and in fortified products such as soy and rice beverages and breakfast cereals. Vegans must be especially careful to include B12-fortified products in their diet.  If you are older than 50 years, consider B12-fortified foods or supplements.  Absorption of the natural form found in food is reduced due to low stomach acid in up to 30% of people older than 50 years.",
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      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "2.4"
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    analysisFatRedirect: false,
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        nutrientAmount: "~50",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg of Vitamin B-12",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        nutrientAmount: "~60",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg",
        sourceAmount: "8 fl oz (240ml)"
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    nutrDesc: "Vitamin B-12",
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      note: "Show Vitamin B-12 in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin B-12 in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
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    nutrDescPersonolized: "Vitamin B-12  πŸ”’",
    units: "mcg",
    blurb:
      "Your RDA (recommended dietary allowance) is: 2.4mcg. Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin needed for energy metabolism, formation of normal red blood cells and neurological function. Found in all animal foods (land and sea) and in fortified products such as soy and rice beverages and breakfast cereals. Vegans must be especially careful to include B12-fortified products in their diet.  If you are older than 50 years, consider B12-fortified foods or supplements.  Absorption of the natural form found in food is reduced due to low stomach acid in up to 30% of people older than 50 years.",
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    shortWebName: "Vit. B-12",
    nutrShortDesc: "Vitamin B-12",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note:
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      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin B-12 barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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    nutrRemark:
      "Needed for energy metabolism, formation of normal red blood cells and neurological function. 2.4mcg recommended.",
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        nutrNo: 204
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      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Vitamin B-12</b> is needed for energy metabolism (energy is provided by Total Fat, <b>Total Carbs</b> and Protein)",
        nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
        nutrNo: 205
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      {
        relationDesc:
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        nutrDesc: "Protein",
        nutrNo: 203
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    showPercent: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Vitamin K goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mcg",
      personalizedUnit: "mcg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "Your AI (Adequate Intake) is: 120mcg. There is no RDA (recommended dietary allowance) for this nutrient given insufficient data. Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin needed for proper blood clotting. Rich food sources include dark green leafy vegetables (e.g. kale and spinach), concentrated herbs (e.g. basil pesto), and cabbage. Intake of Vitamin K foods has to be controlled if you take a blood thinner.",
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      recommended: "120"
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mcg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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    nutrDesc: "Vitamin K",
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      note: "Show Vitamin K in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
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    blurb:
      "Your AI (Adequate Intake) is: 120mcg. There is no RDA (recommended dietary allowance) for this nutrient given insufficient data. Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin needed for proper blood clotting. Rich food sources include dark green leafy vegetables (e.g. kale and spinach), concentrated herbs (e.g. basil pesto), and cabbage. Intake of Vitamin K foods has to be controlled if you take a blood thinner.",
    articleURL: "https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminK-Consumer",
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    nutrShortDesc: "Vitamin K",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Vitamin K barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Vitamin K barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
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    nutrRemark: "Needed for proper blood clotting. 120mcg recommended.",
    nutrNo: 430
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    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Cholesterol goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "mg",
      personalizedUnit: "mg  πŸ”’",
      description:
        'There is no longer a recommended dietary cholesterol limit as per the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines. According to the Scientific Report of the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, "Previously, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommended that cholesterol intake be limited to no more than 300 mg daily. The 2015 DGAC will not bring forward this recommendation because available evidence shows no appreciable relationship between consumption of dietary cholesterol and serum cholesterol, consistent with the conclusions of the AHA/ACC report. Cholesterol is not a nutrient of concern for overconsumption.',
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      value: "no target",
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        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/squid.jpg",
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        nutrientAmountSuffix: "mg",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
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    nutrDesc: "Cholesterol",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Cholesterol in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
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      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Cholesterol in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
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    textHexColor: -8625748,
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    units: "mg",
    blurb:
      'There is no longer a recommended dietary cholesterol limit as per the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines. According to the Scientific Report of the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, "Previously, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommended that cholesterol intake be limited to no more than 300 mg daily. The 2015 DGAC will not bring forward this recommendation because available evidence shows no appreciable relationship between consumption of dietary cholesterol and serum cholesterol, consistent with the conclusions of the AHA/ACC report. Cholesterol is not a nutrient of concern for overconsumption.',
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    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
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    nutrShortDesc: "Cholesterol",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Cholesterol barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Cholesterol barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
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      value: false
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    nutrRemark: "No official recommendation since 2015.",
    nutrNo: 601,
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  "605": {
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Trans Fat goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      rawValue: "0",
      description:
        "The American Heart Association recommends avoiding partially hydrogenated oils, therefore, the recommended intake is 0 grams. Although Trans fats occur naturally in small amounts in some animal foods, the majority of Trans fat comes from partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs).  PHOs are found in many processed foods (e.g. cookies, cake, doughnuts, microwave popcorn) and they are harmful because they raise the LDL (bad) cholesterol in your blood.",
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      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "0g",
      recommended: "0"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL:
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        name: "Vegetable shortening",
        nutrientAmount: "~35",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g of Trans Fat",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
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        name: "French fries",
        nutrientAmount: "~2",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/packaged_cookies.jpg",
        name: "Packaged cookies",
        nutrientAmount: "~5",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Trans Fat",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Trans Fat in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Hide from Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Hide  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Trans Fat in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: true,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Trans Fat on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -1093040,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Trans Fat  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      "The American Heart Association recommends avoiding partially hydrogenated oils, therefore, the recommended intake is 0 grams. Although Trans fats occur naturally in small amounts in some animal foods, the majority of Trans fat comes from partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs).  PHOs are found in many processed foods (e.g. cookies, cake, doughnuts, microwave popcorn) and they are harmful because they raise the LDL (bad) cholesterol in your blood.",
    articleURL: "/facts-about-trans-fats.html",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Trans Fat in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Trans Fat",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Trans Fat Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Trans Fat Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -1093040,
    shortWebName: "Trans Fat",
    nutrShortDesc: "Trans Fat",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Trans Fat barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Trans Fat barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "Trans fats (from partially hydrogenated oils) raise bad cholesterol in your blood. Limit to 0g daily.",
    nutrNo: 605,
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      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Trans Fat</b> is a component of <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Fat",
        nutrNo: 204
      }
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    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Saturated Fat goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "The 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommend no more than 10% of total calories come from saturated fats. For your 2,377 calorie budget that is 26g. Saturated fats are solid at room temperature and come from full-fat dairy products, meat, poultry, and tropical fats such as coconut and palm oils. A diet very high saturated fat intake can raise LDL (bad) cholesterol in your blood.  A high LDL level increases risk for heart disease.",
      dialogTitle: "Saturated Fat Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: ""
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/cheese.jpg",
        name: "Cheese",
        nutrientAmount: "~20",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g of Saturated Fat",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/pork_sausage.jpg",
        name: "Pork sausage",
        nutrientAmount: "~10",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/coconut_oil.jpg",
        name: "Coconut oil",
        nutrientAmount: "~87",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Saturated Fat",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Saturated Fat in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Hide from Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Hide  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Saturated Fat in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: true,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Saturated Fat on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Saturated Fat  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      "The 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommend no more than 10% of total calories come from saturated fats. For your 2,377 calorie budget that is 26g. Saturated fats are solid at room temperature and come from full-fat dairy products, meat, poultry, and tropical fats such as coconut and palm oils. A diet very high saturated fat intake can raise LDL (bad) cholesterol in your blood.  A high LDL level increases risk for heart disease.",
    articleURL: "/dietary-fats.html",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Saturated Fat in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Saturated Fat",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Saturated Fat Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Saturated Fat Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Sat. Fat",
    nutrShortDesc: "Saturated Fat",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note:
        "Show Saturated Fat barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Saturated Fat barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "A diet too high in saturated fat can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease. Limit to 26g or less daily.",
    nutrNo: 606,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Saturated Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Food Score / Grade",
        nutrNo: 1101
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Saturated Fat</b> is a component of <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Fat",
        nutrNo: 204
      }
    ]
  },
  "645": {
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Monounsaturated Fat goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "The American Heart Association has not set a goal for this fat. Consider setting goal to 12.5% of total calories. For your 2,377 calorie budget that is 33g. Excellent sources: olive oil, canola oil, avocado, nuts, and seeds.",
      dialogTitle: "Monounsaturated Fat Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "33"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/almonds.jpg",
        name: "Almonds",
        nutrientAmount: "~32",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g of Monounsaturated Fat",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/avocado.jpg",
        name: "Avocado",
        nutrientAmount: "~10",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/olive_oil.jpg",
        name: "Olive oil",
        nutrientAmount: "~73",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Monounsaturated Fat",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note:
        "Show Monounsaturated Fat in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Monounsaturated Fat in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Monounsaturated Fat on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Monounsaturated Fat  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      "The American Heart Association has not set a goal for this fat. Consider setting goal to 12.5% of total calories. For your 2,377 calorie budget that is 33g. Excellent sources: olive oil, canola oil, avocado, nuts, and seeds.",
    articleURL: "/dietary-fats.html",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Monounsaturated Fat in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Monounsaturated Fat",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Monounsaturated Fat Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Monounsaturated Fat Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "M.Unsat.F",
    nutrShortDesc: "Monounsaturated Fat",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note:
        "Show Monounsaturated Fat barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Monounsaturated Fat barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "Healthy fat - high in nuts, seeds, and plant oils. 33g recommended.",
    nutrNo: 645,
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      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Monounsaturated Fat</b> is a component of <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Fat",
        nutrNo: 204
      }
    ]
  },
  "646": {
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Polyunsaturated Fat goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "The American Heart Association has not set a goal for this fat. The Dietary Reference Intakes only address the 2 essential dietary fatty acids: alpha linolenic acid and linoleic acid, not total polyunsaturated fat. To insure adequate intake of both essential fatty acids and omega-3 fats, consider setting your goal to 12.5% of total calories. For your 2,377 calorie budget that is 33g. Excellent sources: fish and seafood, nuts, seeds, flax, chia, and non-hydrogenated plant fats and oils.",
      dialogTitle: "Polyunsaturated Fat Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: "33"
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/walnuts.jpg",
        name: "Walnuts",
        nutrientAmount: "~45",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g of Polyunsaturated Fat",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL: "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/salmon.jpg",
        name: "Salmon",
        nutrientAmount: "~4",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/flaxseeds.jpg",
        name: "Flaxseeds",
        nutrientAmount: "~30",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Polyunsaturated Fat",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note:
        "Show Polyunsaturated Fat in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Polyunsaturated Fat in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Polyunsaturated Fat on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Polyunsaturated Fat  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      "The American Heart Association has not set a goal for this fat. The Dietary Reference Intakes only address the 2 essential dietary fatty acids: alpha linolenic acid and linoleic acid, not total polyunsaturated fat. To insure adequate intake of both essential fatty acids and omega-3 fats, consider setting your goal to 12.5% of total calories. For your 2,377 calorie budget that is 33g. Excellent sources: fish and seafood, nuts, seeds, flax, chia, and non-hydrogenated plant fats and oils.",
    articleURL: "/dietary-fats.html",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Polyunsaturated Fat in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Polyunsaturated Fat",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Polyunsaturated Fat Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Polyunsaturated Fat Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "P.Unsat.F",
    nutrShortDesc: "Polyunsaturated Fat",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note:
        "Show Polyunsaturated Fat barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Polyunsaturated Fat barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "Healthy fat - high in nuts, seeds, plant oils, and fish. 33g recommended.",
    nutrNo: 646,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Polyunsaturated Fat</b> is a component of <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Fat",
        nutrNo: 204
      }
    ]
  },
  "700": {
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Sugar Alcohols goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      description:
        'Although sugar alcohols occur naturally in some fruits, most of our consumption comes from their use as food additives.  They make foods taste sweet with fewer carbs and calories.  If added to foods, they will be in the ingredient list.  Manufacturers can voluntarily include them on the food label under Carbs.  According to the American Diabetes Association, "sugar alcohols can have a laxative effect or other gastric symptoms in some people, especially in children".',
      dialogTitle: "Sugar Alcohols Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: ""
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    sources: [
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/ice_cream.jpg",
        name: "No-sugar-added ice cream",
        nutrientAmount: "~10",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g of Sugar Alcohols",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/sugar_free_gum.jpg",
        name: "Sugar-free gum",
        nutrientAmount: "~1",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "1stick"
      },
      {
        imageURL:
          "//s3.amazonaws.com/img.mynetdiary.com/nutrients/sugar_free_candy.jpg",
        name: "Sugar-free candy",
        nutrientAmount: "~60",
        nutrientAmountSuffix: "g",
        sourceAmount: "100g"
      }
    ],
    nutrDesc: "Sugar Alcohols",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note:
        "Show Sugar Alcohols in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Sugar Alcohols in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Sugar Alcohols on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Sugar Alcohols  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      'Although sugar alcohols occur naturally in some fruits, most of our consumption comes from their use as food additives.  They make foods taste sweet with fewer carbs and calories.  If added to foods, they will be in the ingredient list.  Manufacturers can voluntarily include them on the food label under Carbs.  According to the American Diabetes Association, "sugar alcohols can have a laxative effect or other gastric symptoms in some people, especially in children".',
    articleURL:
      "https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/interactivenutritionfactslabel/factsheets/sugar_alcohols.pdf",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Sugar Alcohols in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Sugar Alcohols",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Sugar Alcohols Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Sugar Alcohols Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Sug.Alc.",
    nutrShortDesc: "Sugar Alcohols",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note:
        "Show Sugar Alcohols barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Sugar Alcohols barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "Added to foods to sweeten with fewer carbs or calories but might cause gastrointestinal distress in some individuals.",
    nutrNo: 700,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Sugar Alcohols</b> is a component of <b>Total Carbs</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
        nutrNo: 205
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Sugar Alcohols</b> is a component of Total Carbs",
        nutrDesc: "Diabetes Carb Count",
        nutrNo: 1102
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    ]
  },
  "1100": {
    carb: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Net Carbs goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      description:
        "There is no evidence-based recommendation for this nutrient. Net carb calculations will vary by manufacturer. Net carbs in MyNetDiary are calculated by subtracting fiber and sugar alcohols grams from total carb grams. For those with diabetes, this might underestimate digestible carb grams, so please follow your healthcare provider's recommendation for carb counting.",
      dialogTitle: "Net Carbs Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: ""
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    nutrDesc: "Net Carbs",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note: "Show Net Carbs in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Net Carbs in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Net Carbs on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Net Carbs  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      "There is no evidence-based recommendation for this nutrient. Net carb calculations will vary by manufacturer. Net carbs in MyNetDiary are calculated by subtracting fiber and sugar alcohols grams from total carb grams. For those with diabetes, this might underestimate digestible carb grams, so please follow your healthcare provider's recommendation for carb counting.",
    articleURL: "/carbs-in-weight-loss.html",
    labels: {
      allCarbsSettings: "All Carbs Settings  πŸ”’",
      nutrInExamples: "Net Carbs in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Net Carbs",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Net Carbs Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Net Carbs Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "Net Carbs",
    nutrShortDesc: "Net Carbs",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note: "Show Net Carbs barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Net Carbs barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark: "Total Carbohydrates minus Dietary Fiber and Sugar Alcohols.",
    nutrNo: 1100,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Net Carbs</b> are calculated from <b>Total Carbs</b> and Dietary Fiber",
        nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
        nutrNo: 205
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Net Carbs</b> are calculated from Total Carbs and <b>Dietary Fiber</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Dietary Fiber",
        nutrNo: 291
      }
    ]
  },
  "1101": {
    nutrShortDescScore: "Fd. Score",
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    nutrDesc: "Food Score / Grade",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note:
        "Show Food Score / Grade in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Food Score / Grade in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: true
    },
    useFoodGrade: {
      note: "Show letter A,B,C or D instead of numeric Food Score",
      menuItemLabel: "Use Food Grade",
      opositeMenuItemLabel: "Use Food Score",
      link: "about Food Grade and Food Score",
      description:
        "Show letter A,B,C or D instead of numeric Food Score.\n\nRead more about Food Grade and Food Score.",
      title: "Use Food Grade",
      value: true
    },
    nutrShortDescGrade: "Fd. Grade",
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Food Score / Grade  πŸ”’",
    units: "",
    blurb:
      "Food Score or Grade indicates a food’s relative healthfulness compared to other similar foods. It is intended to help you make healthier selections within categories of foods (e.g. pick the healthier breakfast cereal).  It is calculated using an equation derived from food ratings of nutrition experts using information found on the Nutrition Facts panel:  total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, total carb, fiber, sugar, protein, vitamins A and C, calcium, and iron. Higher positive numbers mean healthier choices.",
    articleURL: "/food-score.html",
    nutrDescScore: "Food Score",
    labels: {
      nutrInExamples: "Food Score / Grade in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Food Score / Grade",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Food Score / Grade Settings"
    },
    nutrDescGrade: "Food Grade",
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    nutrShortDesc: "Food Score / Grade",
    nutrRemark:
      "Indicates relative healthfulness of a food compared to other similar foods.",
    nutrNo: 1101,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Total Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Fat",
        nutrNo: 204
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Saturated Fat</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Saturated Fat",
        nutrNo: 606
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Cholesterol</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Cholesterol",
        nutrNo: 601
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Sodium</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Sodium",
        nutrNo: 307
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Total Carbs</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
        nutrNo: 205
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Dietary Fiber</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Dietary Fiber",
        nutrNo: 291
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Total Sugars</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Total Sugars",
        nutrNo: 269
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Protein</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Protein",
        nutrNo: 203
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Vitamin A</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Vitamin A",
        nutrNo: 318
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Vitamin C</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Vitamin C",
        nutrNo: 401
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Calcium</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Calcium",
        nutrNo: 301
      },
      {
        relationDesc: "<b>Food Score</b> is calculated from <b>Iron</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Iron",
        nutrNo: 303
      }
    ]
  },
  "1102": {
    carb: true,
    nutrientTarget: {
      note:
        "Your personal Diabetes Carb Count goal used for analysis, charts and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Set Target  πŸ”’",
      unit: "g",
      personalizedUnit: "g  πŸ”’",
      description:
        'Diabetes Carb Count is considered to be a more accurate estimation of carbs intake affecting blood glucose level than Net Carbs. In MyNetDiary, it is calculated per serving of food recorded as "Total Carbs - Β½(Total Fiber if β‰₯ 5 grams) - Β½(Sugar Alcohols if β‰₯ 5 grams)". Please follow your healthcare provider\'s recommendation for carb counting.',
      dialogTitle: "Diabetes Carb Count Daily Target",
      title: "Daily Target Value",
      value: "no target",
      recommended: ""
    },
    analysisFatRedirect: false,
    nutrDesc: "Diabetes Carb Count",
    showInFoodLog: {
      note:
        "Show Diabetes Carb Count in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show in Food Log  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Diabetes Carb Count in Food Log, analysis screens and reports.",
      descriptionLine2Prefix: "Notice that ",
      title: "Show in Food Log",
      value: false,
      descriptionLine2Link: "Show on Dashboard",
      descriptionLine2Sufix:
        " setting controls appearance of Diabetes Carb Count on the dashboard."
    },
    textHexColor: -8625748,
    nutrDescPersonolized: "Diabetes Carb Count  πŸ”’",
    units: "g",
    blurb:
      'Diabetes Carb Count is considered to be a more accurate estimation of carbs intake affecting blood glucose level than Net Carbs. In MyNetDiary, it is calculated per serving of food recorded as "Total Carbs - Β½(Total Fiber if β‰₯ 5 grams) - Β½(Sugar Alcohols if β‰₯ 5 grams)". Please follow your healthcare provider\'s recommendation for carb counting.',
    articleURL: "/food-diary-for-diabetes.html#trackingCarbohydrates",
    labels: {
      allCarbsSettings: "All Carbs Settings  πŸ”’",
      nutrInExamples: "Diabetes Carb Count in Example Foods",
      readArticle: "Read Article",
      about: "About Diabetes Carb Count",
      analysisMenuItemLabel: "Diabetes Carb Count Analysis  πŸ”’",
      settingsMenuItemLabel: "Diabetes Carb Count Settings"
    },
    analysisAllowed: false,
    hexColor: -6982195,
    shortWebName: "D. Carbs",
    nutrShortDesc: "Diabetes Carb Count",
    showOnDashboard: {
      note:
        "Show Diabetes Carb Count barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.  πŸ”’",
      menuItemLabel: "Show on Dashboard  πŸ”’",
      menuItemShortLabel: "Show  πŸ”’",
      descriptionLine1:
        "Show Diabetes Carb Count barchart under the apple chart on Dashboard.",
      descriptionLine2: "For example, see Sodium barchart below:",
      title: "Show on Dashboard",
      value: false
    },
    nutrRemark:
      "More accurate carb count of digestible carbs - useful for people who have diabetes and take insulin.",
    nutrNo: 1102,
    relatedNutrients: [
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Diabetes Carb Count</b> is calculated from <b>Total Carbs</b>, Dietary Fiber and Sugar Alcohols",
        nutrDesc: "Total Carbs",
        nutrNo: 205
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Diabetes Carb Count</b> is calculated from Total Carbs, <b>Dietary Fiber</b> and Sugar Alcohols",
        nutrDesc: "Dietary Fiber",
        nutrNo: 291
      },
      {
        relationDesc:
          "<b>Diabetes Carb Count</b> is calculated from Total Carbs, Dietary Fiber and <b>Sugar Alcohols</b>",
        nutrDesc: "Sugar Alcohols",
        nutrNo: 700
      }
    ]
  }
};