NAT uses tables extensively. NAT can be used with most browsers that
do not support tables, but the visual results may not be what were intended.
Main Nutrient Database: USDA Standard Reference
Ostrich Data provided by:
Other Data provided by Kraft Foods and Betty Crocker
- James Sales, Ph.D., Nutrient Composition
of Ostrich Meat
- Texas Agricultural Extension Service Ostrich Meat Industry
Created by: Jim Painter Ph.D., R.D.
Programmer for version 1: Chris Hewes
Development Team for version 2: Jim Painter, Milind Basole, Jessica Clark, Mary Connors, and Becky Sabbert
We welcome your suggestions and comments for future versions or additions to NAT. Contact us at NAT comments and
By using this tool, you agree that NAT shall not have any liability for any use or misuse of the information which you obtain from using NAT. The information provided through NAT is not meant as a replacement for the advice of a healthcare professional such as a physician or dietitian. Nutrition analysis is not an exact science, and while the creators of NAT have tried to make the information as accurate as possible, we make no representations that the information will be complete or accurate and accept no liability for any omissions or inaccuracies in the information obtained from NAT.
NAT Permissions Statement:
Nutrition Analysis Tool (NAT) was created as an aide for research and educational purposes. NAT and the information in NAT may be used free for non-commercial purposes.
The Nutritional Analysis Tool (NAT) and The Energy Calculator software were created at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign by Dr James Painter.
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NAT has received numerous awards and recognition since it was developed. The following are a few of the awards:
Featured in magazines and journals such as:
Featured on Med411.com
The Diet Channel Top Pick for Food, Recipe and Diet Analysis Tools
Featured on Study Web & "StudyWeb Award"