Whether it's fats, fish or fruit, check out the latest data from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) on the nutritional value of commonly used foods. Use this easy tool to find out how the foods you eat stack up in terms of calories, fat, protein, cholesterol, sodium, fiber, and more.
To search the database, enter a search term, choose a category, or both. For example, in Enter a search phrase, search for a type of food like "cereal" or try a brand name such as "Cheerios" or "Froot Loops." In View an entire category, select "Grain Products" to see all the items in the "grains" category. Or do a combination search by entering a term such as "milk" and choosing the "Beverage" category to see just the beverage items that contain milk.
For more information from the USDA, click here.
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