Learn how to view the micronutrients in a recipe.
You can view the micronutrients section of a recipe as described in this article.
Step 1: Open the recipe you want to edit as shown in this tutorial.
Step 2: Click on the Micronutrients tab.
Step 3: Click on one of the different options to review different aspects about the micronutrients in the recipe. You can change which micronutrients are displayed in the settings as shown here.
This view shows total amounts for different vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and other micronutrients. You can also see values per 100 grams of your recipe, and per recipe serving.
Micronutrient Breakdown per Ingredient - Total
This view shows you totals for the different micronutrients in your recipe contributed by each ingredient.
In this example, the highest contributor to Vitamin A is Butter, whilst Bananas provide the bulk of Vitamin C and Fiber, and White Sugar is - not surprisingly - providing the highest amount of sugars.
Micronutrient Breakdown per Ingredient - Amount per 100 grams
This view shows you micronutrients per 100 grams of ingredient in your recipe.
So, for instance, in this recipe example, butter is contributing 684 ug of Vitamin A, RAE, per 100 grams.
This view is useful to compare ingredients. For instance, eggs are pretty much the only source of Vitamin D in this recipe, so increasing their amount would result in higher Vitamin D overall.
Micronutrient Breakdown per Ingredient - Amount per serving
This view shows micronutrients per serving in your recipe; broken down by ingredient.
If a client prepares and consumes one serving of this recipe, these are the micronutrients that will be present as part of their diet.
To learn how to edit the other components of your recipe, please have a look here.