Self.com just released Nutrition data and its worth having a look if you are interested in your health, or want to start feeding your family healthier food this is very handy to have. I was not compensated for this entry, I am just happy that this feature is available on the net.
It tells you the nutritional data of raw food like the USDA tag that is behind most products. Aside from this it also tells you the glycemic index, inflammation factor, and fullness and nutrition rating.
Aside from giving you data on your ingredients, this tool can calculate a recipe’s nutritional data for you! They also have a few pages on certain health issues, a personal nutritional tracker, and blog feature on their site.
I will be using this for this blog, and for my own recipes.Have a look yourself, you can use it for free but miss out on some feature if you do. signing up is free and takes less than 5 min.
- WHO European database on nutrition, obesity and physical activity (NOPA) (bespacific.com)
- Centrum Nutrition Calculator (fitnesstipsforlife.com)
- USDA Ditches Food Pyramid for a Healthy Plate (artofscience.wordpress.com)
- Plate or Pyramid – Why Nobody Really Cares About Nutrition Guides (drsharma.ca)