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SafeCape

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Generates personalized dietary advices (in a form of personalized reports) based on personal data (gender, body height, body weight), physical activity level and genetic profile (45 SNPs). The recommendations indicate e.g. whether one should increase or decrease nutrient or specific food intake, define possible predisposition to celiac disease, lactose intolerance risk, saturated fat and refined carbohydrate sensitivity etc. and can be delivered either as final reports in various formats (e.g. MS Word, PDF, HTML etc.) or as machine-readable output that can be integrated with other information into a final report, further processed or displayed on any device.

ref_values_de

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In the case of the developed webservice for German reference values the service receives its input values (e.g. age, sex and nutrient) and returns the value for a specific age and sex for the specified nutrient. As a basis for this webservice the German reference values were considered.

EuroFIR-FoodTransport

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Provides access to food composition data collected by EU project EuroFIR for the following countries: Poland, Norway, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, UK, France, Iceland, Italy, Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Ireland, Slovakia, Belgium, Denmark, Latvia, Canada, Turkey, Spain, Switzerland, Finland, Serbia, The Netherlands, Greece, Sweden, Slovenia, USA

Personalized Dietary Advice Service

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Generates personalized dietary advices based on personal data (body weight, waist), food intake, biomarkers (e.g. glucose level, cholesterol levels), physical activity level and genetic profile (SNPs).

Vitas

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Provides access to results of biomarker analysis performed on regular blood samples or dried blood spots.

EuroFIR-DietaryReferenceValues

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Provides access to dietary reference values for the following countries: - Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Slovenia, Czech Republic (Reference values for nutrient intake D-A-CH), 2000 - United Kingdom (Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN)), 2012 - Italy (LARN, SINU – Italian Society for Human Nutrition), 2014 - Nordic countries (Nordic Nutrition Recommendations, Nordic Council of Ministers, 2012) - Europe (EFSA Scientific Opinions): - EFSA Panel on Panel on Dietetic Products Nutrition and Allergies, Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values for Iodine, 2014 - EFSA Panel on Panel on Dietetic Products Nutrition and Allergies, Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values for pantothenic acid, 2014 - EFSA Panel on Panel on Dietetic Products Nutrition and Allergies, Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values for biotin, 2014 - EFSA Panel on Panel on Dietetic Products Nutrition and Allergies, Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values for Vitamin C, 2014 - EFSA Panel on Panel on Dietetic Products Nutrition and Allergies, Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values for manganese, 2013 - EFSA Panel on Panel on Dietetic Products Nutrition and Allergies, Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values for molybdenum, 2013 - EFSA Panel on Panel on Dietetic Products Nutrition and Allergies, Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values for fluoride, 2013 - EFSA Panel on Panel on Dietetic Products Nutrition and Allergies, Scientific Opinion on Dietary Reference Values for niacin, 2014 - Protein and Amino Acids Requirements in Human Nutrition, WHO/FAO/UNU Expert Consultation, 2007

Vitalinq

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Provides access to compositional data of food products, daily recipes, measure objects, measurements, etc.

FoodWiz

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Provides access to compositional data of UK branded foods (food products) as well as to their meta data (e.g. EAN barcodes).

Harmonized Quisper

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Provides a single-point access to QSP webservices. It relies on the Quisper Ontology that is created in a semi-automatic way. Firstly, QSP webservices are matched by using POS tagging (i.e. a probability weighed method), in order to catch similar terms and to organize them as taxonomy. This step is performed whenever a new webservice appears and needs to be matched with the taxonomy. Using the taxonomy of extracted concepts and relations between the variables in matched webservices, we have also created the Quisper Ontology that can be verified and edited by a human expert using Protégé that is a free, open-source ontology editor (http://protege.stanford.edu).