Patent-pending assessment covering six characteristics that are supported by extensive scientific evidence regarding their ability to influence a person's weight: diet type, eating habits, sleep habits, stress, exercise and mindset. The result is a comprehensive, 30-page document with personal lifestyle recommendations and results, including details about six areas of a person's lifestyle and behaviors, and which nutrient strategy might yield the most beneficial results. In addition, it suggests moderate consumptions of fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Carbohydrates should make up less than 40 % of daily calorie consumption consumed by a person on this plan.In related news, ‘Two best senators overseeing the national response to the swine flu are sharply questioning the government’s handling of the vaccination program, in one of the first indications that it could become a political concern for the Obama administration,’ the Wall Road Journal reviews. ‘In a letter sent Tuesday to Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of Human and Health Services, Sens. Joseph Lieberman and Susan Collins praised the government’s initial methods on the H1N1 swine flu, but said they now have ‘strong concerns’ on the subject of the fallout from faulty estimates for how much vaccine would be available,’ based on the newspaper.