Macros For Custom Recipe Reports
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NutriBase macros begin and end with “^” and are not case-sensitive. Typing the macro in the column below insert its associated in that position. Use these macros and as many times as you wish in your template file for custom Recipe reports. Macros are supported in the Professional and higher.

^Vit-A RAE^
^Vit-A IU^
^Total Folate^
^Food Folate^
^Folic Acid^
^Folate DFE^
^Vit-E IU^
^FA 4:0^
^FA 6:0^
^FA 8:0^
^FA 10:0^
^FA 12:0^
^FA 13:0^
^FA 14:0^
^FA 15:0^
^FA 16:0^
^FA 17:0^
^FA 18:0^
^FA 20:0^
^FA 22:0^
^FA 24:0^
^FA 14:1^
^FA 15:1^
^FA 16:1u^
^FA 16:1c^
^FA 16:1t^
^FA 17:1^
^FA 18:1u^
^FA 18:1c^
^FA 18:1t^
^FA 20:1^
^FA 22:1u^
^FA 22:1c^
^FA 24:1c^
^FA 18:2u^
^FA 18:2n-6^
^FA 18:2i^
^FA 18:2t^
^FA 18:2cla^
^FA 18:3u^
^FA 18:3n-3^
^FA 18:3n-6^
^FA 18:3i^
^FA 18:4^
^FA 20:2n-6^
^FA 20:3u^
^FA 20:4u^
^FA 20:5n-3^
^FA 22:5n-3^
^FA 22:6n-3^
^RCost^ (Recipe cost)
^SCost^ (single serving cost)
^TotGmPreLoss^ (preloss wt)
^PercLoss^ (% process loss)

Most of the macros above are self-explanatory. ^Ingredients-SS^ lists the Recipe ingredients formatted with the ingredient, a hyphen, then the serving size. ^SS-Ingredients^ reverses this sequence. ^Ingredients-SS-htm^ is similar to ^Ingredients-SS^ except that each line ends with a line return to flow smoothly into your HTM template file. Macros beginning with “X” are for food exchanges. ^FatPer100^ gives you the grams of fat per 100 calories and ^SatFatPer100^ provides the grams of saturated fat per 100 calories. ^TotalGm^ is total gram Recipe weight. ^SingleGm^ is the gram weight for a single serving. ^IngredList^ lists the ingredients without the serving sizes. ^MyField1^ through ^Myfield20^ are the twenty macros that represent your optional nutrients you have decided to track in addition to the ones NutriBase already tracks for you (accessed through the PFI options “Add more nutrient values” button). PFI’s that use MyFields cannot be exported or imported. However, they can be transferred using backup and restore functions.

This topic updated 06/24/2015

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