The nutritional values that you’ll find in the app are based on a huge database of nutritional information that is comprised of, amongst other things, the USDA database and the “Tzameret” software program used by the Israeli Ministry of Health. In addition, our database includes nutritional values of brands, recipes, and meals from restaurants as well as foods and meals added by our users. Any addition made on the app is validated by a nutritionist to make sure it is reliable so the food database is in a constant state of growth and kept up to date.
Articles in this section
- What Does the DayTwo Algorithm Do?
- How Does DayTwo’s Scoring System Work?
- What are Short-Chain Fatty Acids (SCFAs)
- How Are the Scores Calculated?
- Microbiome Insights
- On What Are DayTwo’s Nutritional Values Based?
- Will the Recommendations Help Me Reduce My Cholesterol?
- Do the Recommendations Take Into Account Foods That I Should Not Eat Due to a Medical Problem or Prescribed Medication?