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Reliable sources of nutritional information?

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Created October 16, 2012 at 7:54 AM

Any good and reliable sources of nutritional information on the Internet? Also interested in mineral content (including trace elements, if any), not only fat/protein/carbohydrate. What sites do you use and recommend?

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Jamie, thanks as well, really cool site!

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Thanks, Jamie! The site's really interesting!

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+1 One of my favorite sites out there.

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Skipthepie.org is very comprehensive. Doesnt have every food though, but has the most detail info ive found (such as fatty acid breakdowns, carb breakdowns, vitamins, minerals etc)

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on October 16, 2012
at 03:10 PM

Jamie, thanks as well, really cool site!

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on October 16, 2012
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+1 One of my favorite sites out there.

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on October 16, 2012
at 11:51 AM

Thanks, Jamie! The site's really interesting!

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Most all use the same USDA food database and site layout and features make them different.

Nutrition Data is a commonly used option that includes all the nutrient data. It has quite a few features and a handy nutrient search tool, so as an example Foods highest in Selenium can be found.

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