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    Nutritional tables online?

    Hey, does anyone know where I could find nutritional tables online? Showing calories, fat, carbs, protein, etc. The food profiles on anabloic review were great, looking for more foods though. Anyone seen anything like this?

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    bump i am very intrested to know too

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    Cool Never seen one, but...

    I haven't seen any online resources, but if you want a comprehensive guie to nutritional counts that lists both generic and brand name products (as well as fast food restaurant items), head to any bookstore and check out Corine Netzler's Book of Food Counts. It's available as a fairly inexpensive paperback of several hundred pages and lists everything but the kitchen sink.

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    http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/cgi-bin/nut_search.pl


    USDA Nutirent Database, just type in the keywork and hit enter.

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    little bit of advice to all, go to that great link scott posted, and go to the download page. i downloaded the whole database (8MB) and now i have everything on my pc! its so easy and such a pleasure

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    xenithon, thanks a bunch for that tip! I saw the online DB and it seemed a bit unweildy to use, but if I can download the data and program my own interface--that rocks! (Yes, I am a geek!)

    Here's another table of caloric & other values; it's not as comprehensive, but it's also a lot faster to use, it's just one big page:

    http://www.ntwrks.com/~mikev/chart1.html

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    I got the book, Natow and Heslin's " the Most Complete Food Counter". Comes in very handy and has lists of All major Food brands,restaurannts,Fast Foods, e.t.c ..... Look into it next time your at a Barnes & Noble or somethin' like that.

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    Hey, found a pretty good site with nutritional info on (apparently) 13,000 foods. http://www.calorieking.com/foods/

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    i had to buy a program for school called foodwise or they have foodworks and it id awesome u put in your food it breaks it down into everything even mono usaturated and poly unsaturated fats. it also allowes you to put in your exact excercise from eating to watching tv and tells you how many calories u have burned it is amazing
    i have a cd burner if u guys want a copy i ight be able to get you one. just lets not tell the owner of the copyright lol

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    Hey, does that program have a website or anything? Id like to check out more info on it. Thanks.

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    not that i know of i never heard of it except it came with our books

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    I use www.fitday.com It has a nice set up and keeps track of all that you need. Prot, carb, fat, vitamins, minerals. And the database is huge. everything is in there. It also allows you to edit and create new foods.
    it has a time vs. weight scale to show your progress. It is a dope site.

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    Great site firedup!!
    Thanks man

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    The Protien Counter by Annette B Natow Ph.D, R.D AND Jo-Ann Heslin, M.A. , R.D.

    This one is the best that I have found so far includeing even fast food values as well.
    IC

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