PLEASE HELP NEED A WEBSITE FOR NUTRIONAL VALUE OF FOODS

  1. PLEASE HELP NEED A WEBSITE FOR NUTRIONAL VALUE OF FOODS


    need a site with nutritional value ofcommon foods, with information content,kcal,protien,carbs,fat ,calcium,sodium,fiber,choleste rol.... thank you


    mod edit: you're on it. http://anabolicminds.com/forum/diettracker/


  2. thank you so much man, i was searching forever, its for my girlfriends nutrition class... gave ya reps
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  3. No problem, and thanks!! Here is another one I have been looking at more recently as it contains different information such as if the food is inflamatory or anti-inflamatory, and how complete it is nutritionally speaking.
    Although not as comprehensive as the above link, it may be of use.
    Know what you eat
    MK9

  4. Thedailyplate.com

  5. fitday.com

  6. In addition to AM's diet tracker, there's
    www.nutritiondata.com
    You can search for food high in specific nutrients, low in others, etc. Very useful.

    Edit: MK9 linked it, didnt see. Good job

  7. You can also use books, such as:
    * Wardlaw, G. M. & Hampl, J. S. (2007). Perspectives in nutrition (7th ed.). Mc-Graw Hill: New York, New York, USA. (As well as breaking down micronutrient and macronutrient content of various foods, nutrition tables this also tells what different foods are good for - i.e. heart health, etc.)

    Or diet programmes, such as:
    * Diet Cruncher
    * FoodWorks


    ~Rosie
    Team APPNUT
    Contact Me for INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING AND NUTRITION

    "Think like a Champion. Train like a Warrior. Live with a Purpose." - Rosie Chee
  8. UKStrength
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    Which nutrient analysis software do you prefer Rosie?

    I hate the NHS standard ones, CompEAT, NetWisp or MicroDiet, they're all shockingly bad.

    Trying to find a decent one for offline use on a Macintosh outside of what I'm used to and enjoy (fitday) is hard!

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Guejsn View Post
    You can also use books, such as:
    * Wardlaw, G. M. & Hampl, J. S. (2007). Perspectives in nutrition (7th ed.). Mc-Graw Hill: New York, New York, USA. (As well as breaking down micronutrient and macronutrient content of various foods, nutrition tables this also tells what different foods are good for - i.e. heart health, etc.)

    Or diet programmes, such as:
    * Diet Cruncher
    * FoodWorks


    ~Rosie
    Team APPNUT

    the boook u mentioed i actually own! it comes with a program called NUTRACALC pretty awesome to be honest

    macro and micronutrient counts on your foods

    itll show you your end numbers in terms of vitamins what you are or arent getting ect

  10. Quote Originally Posted by UKStrength View Post
    Which nutrient analysis software do you prefer Rosie?

    I hate the NHS standard ones, CompEAT, NetWisp or MicroDiet, they're all shockingly bad.

    Trying to find a decent one for offline use on a Macintosh outside of what I'm used to and enjoy (fitday) is hard!
    I prefer FoodWorks. It is complete, comprehensive, and covers a very wide variety of foods and even specifically by brand as well! Diet Cruncher is ok, but nowhere near as good. Besides I prefer to have the best when it comes to using something to write out clients' nutrition plans.


    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    the boook u mentioed i actually own! it comes with a program called NUTRACALC pretty awesome to be honest

    macro and micronutrient counts on your foods

    itll show you your end numbers in terms of vitamins what you are or arent getting ect
    Yes, it's a good book. I have that as well as several other clinical, general, and sports nutrition textbooks.

    ~Rosie
    Team APPNUT
    Contact Me for INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING AND NUTRITION

    "Think like a Champion. Train like a Warrior. Live with a Purpose." - Rosie Chee

  11. bump because I used this thread
    Changing the World

  12. bump. awesoem thread with tons of great nutritional websites
  

  
 

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