has announced a Universal binary release of its eponymous nutrition and diet management software for Mac OS X. It costs $45. Upgrades are available for $6.
CalorieKing works in conjunction with a proprietary food database that tracks nutritional information about more than 50,000 foods. It lets you create a personal profile that calculates how many calories you need to consume daily, while setting goals for calories, carbohydrates, fat, protein and fiber. It also helps track sodium, saturated fat, cholesterol, calcium and sugar intake.
An optional mobile edition works with Palm OS-based handhelds, and lets users make check-ins and graph their progress on the go. It synchronizes with the Mac desktop application.
CalorieKing features the ability to print reports, graphics and diary entries, and it updates its food database automatically.
CalorieKing requires Mac OS X v10.2.8 or later, 256MB RAM, 100MB hard disk space. A 7-day trial version is available for download.