How to View Nutrition Data on ANY Recipe

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Recently we’ve received numerous requests to provide Nutritional Data on all of the recipes that we share . . . You asked and we listened!

It’s extremely important to me to help those who are willing to help themselves, and when we first started sharing recipes we made a concerted effort to provide this information, However, it quickly became apparent that there is NO Way to provide the correct information for every person, and here’s the reason why…

The ingredients in a recipe can vary greatly by brand name, type (canned vs frozen vs Fresh), Homemade vs store-bought ingredients, substitutions, etc.

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Example: Here is the Nutritional Information for a plain old 1/2 cup of Corn

IngredientBrandCalories in 1/2 cupSodium in 1/2 Cup
CornFrozen Kernels cut off the cob (Homemade)66 calories1 mg Sodium
CornGreen Giant Brand Niblets Frozen Steamers90 calories0mg sodium
CornCanned Green Giant brand100 calories250mg Sodium
CornCanned Essential Everyday70 calories10mg Sodium

Note the extreme differences in just 1/2 cup of a single ingredient. Now, multiply that by numerous ingredients and you’ll quickly see our dilemma!

To take it a step further, if you’re choosing to purchase GMO foods (that is foods that are genetically modified) then the nutritional information for that food is going to be completely different than food that is NOT genetically modified.

To go back to our Corn example, taking the nutrition data just one step further:

The amount of calcium in GMO Corn is only 14 ppm the amount of calcium in a conventionally grown ear of corn is 6130 ppm (that’s 437 x more calcium)

GMO corn has 2 ppm of Magnesium and NON-GMO corn has 113ppm. 56 X more.

GMO corn has 2 ppm of Manganese and NON-GMO corn has 14ppm. 7X more.

Since there is no possible way to know what is in each and every person’s pantry, fridge or freezer- where they got their ingredients, for example, are they store brands, a particular brand name, homemade, home canned, did they substitute an ingredient for something else because they didn’t have it on hand, are they eating organically grown (non GMO) foods, etc.

Without knowing all of these variables we simply can’t provide valid nutrition data for each recipe. Or Can We?

How to View the Nutrition Data on ANY Recipe

We’ve come across a fantastic site that ANYONE can use for FREE to enter the exact ingredients that they personally have on hand to determine the Nutrition Facts on ANY Recipe they want.

You are Just 3 simple steps away from analyzing all your favorite recipes!

  • Simply Visit the Self Nutrition Data , click on the Orange GET Started button
  • Enter the Recipe you want to Analyze
  • Click Analyze to receive Detailed Nutrient Informationhow-to-view-nutrition-data-on-any-recipeThat’s It! You now have a simple, FREE Tool to glean important nutritional information for your favorite recipes regardless of where you shop or whether you grew your own!

Source:GMO Studies: “Stunning” Difference of GM from non-GM Corn by Dr Mae-Wan Ho

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Melissa Burnell, known to her friends and fans as "Liss," grew up in Southern Maine, now residing in sunny South Carolina. As a busy Wife, Mother of two sons, an avid photographer, and self-employed entrepreneur, Liss understands the value of both time and money.

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