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New in 2022 is our huge database of the nutrient content of food. Anyone serious about their health will want to be knowledgeable and informed regarding the foods they put into their body. That's why we've listed the nutritional details of several thousand foods, nicely organized into several food categories. Pick a category, then pick a particular food item from that category, and you'll be presented with tables listing that item's calories, fat, protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals.

Want to see the best foods to eat when you're interested in increasing your intake of a particular nutrient? Visit our Top Foods Lists page. There you'll find a list of the most important nutrients, such as vitamin C, calcium, and zinc. Click on one of those nutrients and you'll be presented with a list of the 100 food items with the highest content of that particular nutrient.