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    Stevie G karmafunk's Avatar
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    Default Nutritional data in chart form

    I am loving this website. You may have already seen it but I only just found it so I am sharing it here.

    I love the charts for nutrient balance and protein quality. Here I did a search for baked beans.

    http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts/l...roducts/4277/2
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    Had a little look around and it seems fairly useful alright. Pity the foods seem to be all american though!
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    Yeah the measures are but non processed food fruit and veg is universal.
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    thanks for sharing the site, just what i need

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    Quote karmafunk View Post
    Yeah the measures are but non processed food fruit and veg is universal.
    Agree, but I eat quite a lot of things I wouldn't consider highly processed (like wholemeal pasta) which are just not on there.
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    I've been using that website for a while although the search sucks(figures)... I go to google and type the "(food name) nutritional facts) and it usually comes up.

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