www/nutritiondata.com is my go-to website for tracking the complete nutrient values of a food. By "complete" I mean including all the trace vitamins and minerals, since I'm tracking iron, sodium potassium and cholesterol. Take a look, and if you need help navigating the site, pop me a note and I'll see if I can walk you through it.
For the Shake-n-Bake brand, go to the website listed on the package and hunt for "nutritional data" or "nutritional values."
If those two ideas fail to produce your data, then try a general Internet search (I use Google) for "boneless pork chop, nutritional values" and "Shake-N-Bake, nutritional values".
And if THAT fails you, also, just pick something with close results--it'll be better than nothing.
Good luck! Don't give up!
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I am trying to find the nutrients in a 4 oz baked pork chop. I looked on the web and got different answers. The nutrition tracker is all over the place. How do you know the calories and carbs etc. Help!!!1 I am using Shake-n-Bake for pork
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