Have you ever wondered how two foods stack up against each other, nutrition-wise? Here are a couple handy online tools that will help you do just that.
Self Magazine’s Nutrition Data
This is an extensive database with great depth of nutrion info on a wide variety of foods. Looking at a single food you can find out how filling it is compared to how nutritios it is, as well as showing you a calorie breakdown for carbs, fats and protein:
Or how complete its nutrient (vitamins and minerals) or protein profile is (i.e, how many essential amino acids its contains).
There are also detailed lists on where the calories come from, how the carbs break down, info on fats and fatty acids, and more.
You can access all this information for free and without registering. You can also choose to compare two or more foods, but for that, you will need to register. (You will be able to opt out from getting emails sent to you.)
While TwoFoods.com gives you limited control and limited data, it is super simple to operate. Simply type in two food names, and you can find out how they compare in calories, carbs, fat and protein. Say, Wheat Thins vs. Triscuits, for example…
And which is healthier for topping your cracker, low fat cheddar cheese, or low fat cream cheese?
Now you have no excuse for choosing the least healthy between two snack options. (Sorry!)
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