Recipes and Menus with Nutrient Analysis Services

The many uses of Recipes and Menus Analysis and Development to enhance your product. Many people with special dietary needs and allergies will benefit from this information.
  • Bloggers: Add nutrient analysis to your Recipes.
  • Journalists: Feature Special Food Holidays
  • Cookbook Publishers: Add nutrient analysis to Recipes and Menus
  • Educators: Teach students how to read a label.
  • Chefs: Creating healthy heart recipes
  • Consumers: Create healthy recipes & menus
  • Health Professionals: Resources
  • Food Industry: Recipe and Menu development using their products.

Nutritional Analysis is part of our everyday life. We have grown accustomed to nutrition information being readily available. It helps many control their diets.

Avocado Toast with Fresh Beet Hummus,
 @KidsCookMonday #Hummus #Beets
#Avocado #FruitandVeggiesMoreMatters  

Whole Grain Date Walnut Bread, Modified.

Millions of people depend on nutrition information to meet their dietary needs. Some diets include low-calorie, carbohydrate-controlled, high protein, low protein, low fat, low cholesterol, low sodium, high fiber, gluten-free, lactose-free, and peanut allergies

Why use a dietitian for nutrient analysis?
  • Purchasing nutrient analysis software and learning how to use the program is only useful if you have the knowledge to convert “as purchased” ingredients to the “edible portion.”
  • Recipes are usually written based on what the consumer needs to purchase. The individual analyzing the recipe must evaluate the recipe based on the actual food-ready-to-eat (unless the food is meant to be eaten whole.)
  • A nutritional analysis program cannot cook or prepare meals. A person must have skills in Food Science, Culinary Arts, Nutrition, Cooking and Preparation Techniques, Purchasing Guides, Yield Factors, and Nutrient Analysis Software.
  • To own professional nutrition software with yearly maintenance fees can be expensive. In addition, there is the cost of an educated person to run the software.
Consider adding nutritional analysis to your online recipes. Your readers will benefit from the Nutrition information and a Registered Dietitian. A valuable service for Recipe Bloggers, Media, Cookbook Publishers, Writers, Chefs, and Recipe Websites. Your readers will enjoy and benefit from the Nutritional Analysis.

Sun-Sentinel, Ft Lauderdale, FL
Condé Nast, Bon Appétit, CA, NY
Atlanta Constitution, GA 
Detroit Free Press, Detroit, MI
Fort Worth Star, Worth Forth, Texas


Menu Solutions

Menu Solutions: Quantity Recipes for Regular and Special Diets

Cost-effective - Pricing structure

Recipe Nutrition Analysis
(Please contact a company providing laboratory services; this is not a laboratory analysis.) Nutrition Analysis by the database is an excellent resource for the Media, Publishers, Writers, Chefs, Recipe Websites, and Blogs. With all recipes and menu analysis, the more information you provide, the more accurate the nutrition information.


Fee Structure for Nutrition Analysis

Number of Recipes


Nutrient Information

1 to 19   

$ 40.00/recipe

>20 recipes   

call for special pricing

Retainer services are available
ask for Sandra Frank, Ed.D, RDN, FAND

Click the link to download the necessary form. Please call if you have any questions. All information provided is confidential.

For additional information, contact Sandra Frank, Ed.D, RDN,  FAND at  at 954-294-6300 

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