NutriAdmin allows you to display macronutrients and micronutrients in recipes in two different ways:

  • Nutrients in the whole recipe
  • Nutrients per serving of the recipe

This article explains how to customize the different display options, and how the results look like.

How to customize the way nutrients are displayed in recipes

Step 1: Click on Settings.

settings menu

Step 2: Click on the Meal Plans, Recipes & Foods tab.

meal plans recipes and foods tab

Step 3: Scroll until finding the different options for macronutrients and micronutrients in recipes. You can click on the different radio boxes available to change between options.

changing options nutrient display in recipe

Step 4: Do not forget to record your changes by clicking on the Save Changes button on the top-right corner of the screen.

How are the different options displayed in recipes

Macronutrients and micronutrients are controlled by two different settings, so you can mix-and-match any combination of display options from the alternatives shown below.

Showing macronutrients per recipe: this option shows the total amount of energy, protein, fat, and carbohydrate in the whole recipe. If this is a recipe that contains a lot of servings (e.g. a large turkey roast) then you will see very large values in the macronutrients tab.

macronutrients per recipe

Showing macronutrients per serving: this option will display the amount of macronutrients contained in a single serving of the recipe.

macronutrients per serving

Showing both macronutrients per serving and per recipe: You can also display both of the above two options side-by-side.

macronutrients both per recipe and per serving

Showing micronutrients per recipe: This option will calculate the amount of micronutrients contained in the whole recipe. The calculations will also affect DRI and DRI percentage.

micronutrients per recipe

Showing micronutrients per serving: This option will calculate the amount of micronutrients per serving of the recipe, as well as the corresponding DRI values for the serving.

micros per serving