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Website For Nutrient Values

I’m starting a food log, and I figured something out. I don’t know how much of what is in some of the food I eat.

I used to visit a website regularly that told me all that stuff but I accidentally deleted it. I was able to look something up and it would say x calories, x protein, x carbs ect…

Anybody know some good sites I can use for that?

www.fitday.com

http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp/srch/search.htm

download this perhaps instead of using internets? =]

[quote]Polish Rifle wrote:
www.fitday.com[/quote]

I’m not going to lie. I hate this site within seconds of joining it.

www.calorie-count.com

something like that.
google ‘calorie count’

[quote]Rattler wrote:
Polish Rifle wrote:
www.fitday.com

I’m not going to lie. I hate this site within seconds of joining it.[/quote]

Why?

[quote]Polish Rifle wrote:
Rattler wrote:
Polish Rifle wrote:
www.fitday.com

I’m not going to lie. I hate this site within seconds of joining it.

Why?[/quote]

I don’t know. My buddy recommended that site too, it just irked me. But I found one that’s pretty much all I want, www.thecaloriecounter.com

Thanks for the effort though :stuck_out_tongue:

www.nutritiondata.com

that was the 1!
calorie counter
lol im sorry for the stupidness for ‘calore count’

This site has a lot of info for brand names and restaurants…

http://www.dietfacts.com/fastfood.asp#W

What the hell do you guys do when values differ from packaging and websites like this MASSIVELY? Who do you believe?

Im struggling to believe that sainsburys chicken drumsticks really have 23g protein and 8g fat per serving…

I just posted this in another thread, but here is a table for the Glycemic Load of foods

http://www.carbs-information.com/glycemic-load.htm#food