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JUDSTERF Posts: 3,401
2/10/13 4:01 P

Thank you everyone. You've been a great help.

ALGEBRAGIRL Posts: 1,713
2/9/13 12:06 P has a drop down menu under 'tools' for a 'nutrient search' that scans a database and lists the foods for the nutrient you choose.

For example, this is what you see for zinc:

Edited by: ALGEBRAGIRL at: 2/9/2013 (12:08)
2/8/13 8:03 P

For an extensive listing for each nutrient go to the USDA food database:

Click "nutrient lists" in the box on the left.
Select the nutrient you want "by amount"

SP Dietitian Becky

BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,310
2/8/13 7:02 P

JUDSTERF Posts: 3,401
2/8/13 6:57 P

What foods are best for adding Vit B12, Zinc, and Folate in the diet? Any ideas of what they might be or how I can obtain a list of them?

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