Foods that we eat and their relationship to health

Tag: CANDAT

  • Data Entry

    CANDAT prompts you for information in the form of a list of choices or tables. Lists are referred to as menus, not to be confused with menus used in restaurants. CANDAT will also prompt you for single field entries as in food codes, date of recalls, etc. An entry of a blank code or a…

  • Structure – Modules and Tasks

    CANDAT has a unique structure for Users and for Food files. The actual work performed by CANDAT is organized in a structure of Modules and Tasks. Modules identify broad areas of functionality. There are modules for food files, nutrient tables, category (food group) definitions and RNI tables, subject files, recipe files, food frequency (history) questionnaires,…

  • Course blog area

    Please use the Course area of this blog to explore. This site is based on the structure of  CANDAT, a mature product always up-to-date with the Canadian Nutrient File (CNF) and the USDA releases. CANDAT is responsive to client needs. New features are added regularly and immediately become part of the new releases. CANDAT welcomes…