|Posted on Friday, November 14, 2003 - 6:26 pm: || |
Someone asked about multi-vitamins without MSG.
Most people who regularly read messages on this website probably by now have heard of carrot juice.
Then of course there is celery juice and sweet red pepper juice and many things you can juice.
You probably can get some vitamins from veggy juices, with a minimum of junk, and probably in better context, and probably in a form that the body uses more efficiently. Tastes good too.
Add ground flax, or oats, or whatever.
I recently updated the Windows version of DMAK.
Added vitamin K and Common Kitchen Measures.
Every once in a while someone emails me with a bug report or a feature request.
|Posted on Tuesday, November 18, 2003 - 6:23 am: || |
November 18, 2003 version:
|Posted on Friday, October 07, 2005 - 11:56 pm: || |
Time to announce an update about dmak.
The new address is:
Or you can click on:
Not "edmc.net". I changed my website address to "ocii.com".
Also there is only one file now, instead of two. The one file includes both the Windows version and the Linux version. Winzip can unzip a tar.gz, no problem.
The new version of dmak requires either wxeu.dll (for Windows) or wxeu.so (for Linux). I hope that doesn't confuse people too much. Lemme know if the instructions in the readme file are not clear enough so I can improve them.
To get wxeu.dll or wxeu.so, click on:
and then click on the latest version of wxEuphoria.
One possible point of confusion might be that these files will be wrapped in a variation of the name. That used to confuse me too. Don't worry about that.
All packages you download will contain instructions what to do with whatever files they contain.
Now I gotta brag a wee bit. The latest version of dmak (Diet Monger @$$ Kicker) has some improvements over all previous versions. One of them is internet functions. This works on Linux and is supposed to work on Windows but I don't have the opportunity to test internet functions on Windows. Gimme a holler if they don't work on Windows. With the internet functions you can click on any one of 6800 foods and you get near-instant information about that food on Google. You can do the same with all the nutrients. Kinda scary, ain't it? Mega information overload about almost anything you want right now.
Oh, and dmak is free.
|Posted on Saturday, October 08, 2005 - 9:12 am: || |
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|Posted on Tuesday, November 22, 2005 - 8:31 pm: || |
Gotta major update on dmak.
This version is done the way it should have been done in the first place. It uses all the USDA nutrients. All 136 nutrients and 7000 foods.
The usda.edb file is gone now; it now uses the USDA data directly. Every time USDA comes out with an update of their Standard Reference, you can update dmak by simply downloading their data and sticking it in.
The REQ files are different; you can have as many or as few nutrients in a REQ file as you want. All nutrients are divided into two categories: those that are in the REQ file and those that are not.
The data in the favorite_foods.ini file survives an update of the data, because it uses food IDs instead of index numbers.
If you find bugs, lemme know so I can fix them.
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