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Care Omnia Nutrition Tool: All Nutrients

Browse all the nutrients found in our tool below.

By clicking on a nutrient you'll get a list of top ranked foods with that nutrient.

We rank the nutrient content of each food against all foods in our tool as well as the foods in the same category.

So you can easily explore the nutrient contents of your favorite foods and see how they compare against thousands of other foods.

Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates are one of the macronutrients most of us recognize. They're found in many foods and drinks. Carbohydrates are a source of energy. The largest form of carbohydrates in our diet is starch.

There are two major types of carbohydrates in foods: simple and complex.

If you're interested in learning more about carbohydrates, what they are, claims about them and the research behind the claims, we recommend you go to Carbohydrates: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find a wide variety of articles about carbohydrates.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

Fatty Acids

A fatty acid is a subunit of fats, oils, and waxes. They are classified as macronutrients.

Fatty acids classify into three groups; saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids. They are all important dietary sources of fuel and important structural components for cells.

If you're interested in learning more about fatty acids, what they are, claims about them and the research behind the claims, we suggest you go to Fatty Acids: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find a wide variety of different articles about fatty acids.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

Saturated Fats

Saturated fatty acids are the simplest form of fats. They should not provide more than about 10% in our diet.

Adequate amounts of dietary fat is essential for health, but several of the saturated fatty acids might have health implications for us.

If you're interested in learning more about saturated fatty acids, what they are, claims about them and the research behind the claims, we suggest you go to Saturated Fatty Acids: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find a wide variety of different articles about saturated fatty acids.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

Monounsaturated Fats

Monounsaturated fatty acids are abundant in nature. There's a lot of research that show that monounsaturated fatty acids can be both good and bad for you.

If you're interested in learning more about monounsaturated fatty acids, what they are, claims about them and the research behind the claims, we recommend you go to Monounsaturated Fatty Acids: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find several articles about monounsaturated fatty acids.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

Polyunsaturated Fats

Polyunsaturated fatty acids are present in all membranes in our body. Many of them are essential acids. They are required for normal body functions.

If you're interested in learning more about polyunsaturated fatty acids, what they are, claims about them and the research behind the claims, we recommend you go to Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find a wide variety of articles about polyunsaturated fatty acids.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

Amino Acids

Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins that are vital biologically for us. They play many critical roles in your body, involved in almost every function.

Amino acids are divided into three primary subgroups:

  • Essential amino acids
  • Conditionally essential amino acids
  • Non-essential amino acids

There are nine amino acids that classify as essential. We need to obtain them from our diet.

If you're interested in learning more about amino acids, what they are, claims about them and the research behind the claims, we suggest you go to Amino Acids: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find a wide variety of different articles about amino acids.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

Protein

Proteins are large, complex molecules, made up of about 20 amino acids. Adequate intake of protein is essential.

Protein is important for the entire body to function properly.

If you're interested in learning more about protein, what it is, claims about it, and the research behind the claims, we suggest you go to Proteins: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find different articles about protein.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

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Water-soluble Vitamins

The two main water-soluble vitamins are vitamin C and Vitamin B. They are all vital for your health. They have many important tasks in the body.

Water-soluble vitamins can be washed out of the body and are not easily stored. This means that a regular intake is required.

If you're interested in learning more about water-soluble vitamins, what they are, claims about them and the research behind the claims, we recommend you go to Water-Soluble Vitamins: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find a wide variety of different articles about water-soluble vitamins.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

Fat-soluble Vitamins

The four main fat-soluble vitamins are vitamin A, D, E, and K. They are all vital for us to maintain good health.

Fat-soluble vitamins are stored in your tissue. This means that these vitamins don’t have to be obtained every day.

If you're interested in learning more about fat-soluble vitamins, what they are, claims about them and the research behind the claims, we suggest you go to Fat-Soluble Vitamins: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find a wide variety of different articles about fat-soluble vitamins.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

Minerals

Dietary minerals are chemical elements in our foods that our bodies need to develop and function normally

Minerals are classified as micronutrients.

There are three kinds of minerals that you find in food:

  • Major minerals
  • Trace minerals
  • Ultratrace minerals

The major minerals are the ones you need in larger amounts.

If you're interested in learning more about minerals, what they are, claims about them and the research behind the claims, we recommend you go to Minerals: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find a wide variety of different articles about minerals.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

Other Micronutrients

In this category you will find other important micronutrients. We cover nutrients that aren't vitamins or minerals. But they still have an important nutritional value.

Micronutrients are often essential nutrients of a high-quality diet. They have a big impact on our overall health.

If you're interested in learning more about other important micronutrients, what they are, claims about them and the research behind the claims, we suggest you go to Other Important Micronutrients: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find a wide variety of different articles about other micronutrients.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

Water

Water is the most essential requirement of a functioning body. Water is present in almost all foods.

Water plays many important roles in food. The presents of water can change both the taste and the nutritional value of a food.

If you're interested in learning more about water in our food, what it is, why is it there?, claims about it and the research behind the claims, we suggest you go to Water: How To Use Them For Your Benefit. There you'll find a wide variety of different articles about water.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

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Other

In this category you will find other values that can be listed on the nutrition label.

Click on a nutrient for a list of foods that contain the most of that nutrient.

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Kcal (Energy)17468
KJ (Energy)7774
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