This screen shows the totals of individual meals - breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. You can see and enter foods by going to each of the meal screens. You can configure app Settings to show carbs in addition to calories (or kJ) for each meal.
MyNetDiary Maximum provides the option of food time tracking. You can use this to record multiple snacks in between of main meals. MyNetDiary's reports will group snacks by time, into separate meals.
You can also use this screen for planning your meals in advance, before eating or even for future days. Simply enter the foods and amounts you plan to eat, adjusting the foods and amounts as needed, if you see you are going over your "budget" - calorie plan. This way, you can plan and eat better meals, planning meals helps to avoid accidental overeating!
The totals of consumed and remaining amounts from your plan are displayed below meals. You can plan and set targets for macronutrients (fats, carbs, and protein), micronutrients, and vitamins on the Plan screen in the app, or on the MyNetDiary website.
The "ratio" value in the "Calories" row indicates the ratio of calories obtained from fats, carbohydrates, and proteins, respectively (following the same nutrient order as in the table).
The Settings button allows switching between displaying vitamins and micronutrients in weight units or as percentages of your planned target. For example, vitamin C could be displayed as 47 mg or as 52% (assuming your personal target is 90mg daily). Please note that the percentages are for your personal target, which may be different from the percentages printed in food's Nutrition Facts for 2,000 calories diet - learn more in the support FAQ.
The "Report" button at the bottom toolbar opens the "Daily Details Report" screen, displaying all nutrient details for each food, meal, and the entire day.
The "Share" button allows you to prepare a weekly report e-mail, in the case you want to send it to another person or yourself.