Calorie Count's Free Food Browser Helps You Plan a Healthy Meal




Use the free food browser to find the best choices for your healthy grocery list. Browse nutritional information from actual labels to find out which are good for you. The nutritional labels provide invaluable information including the amount of calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, fiber, sugar, and, as well as important vitamins and minerals like Vitamin A and D, Calcium and Iron and other nutrients appearing in USDA Nutrition Database. Use the food browser regularly to learn which foods are good and poor sources of specific nutrients, such as protein and sugar. Use the nutrition labels and free information to find specific alternatives that will help you improve your diet. Note the nutrition grades from A through F that Calorie Count assigns to foods based on their nutrition data. Choose to eat healthy foods that have a high grade.

Completely Free Nutrition Information to Guide Your Meal Planning

In addition to the ability to go through hundreds of thousands of foods and meals, get free tips for dieting and counting calories in food too. Not sure what portions of fruits or vegetables to eat? Use the serving size drop-down menu to see how a larger portion will affect the nutrition data for common and exotic dishes. Indulge in dessert or candy with a clear conscience by determining the calories on in your food before you eat or make up for it later by subtracting food calories later in the day.

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