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The USDA has nutrition label information in an Access database format.
If you have Access, you can create a new query and build new tables to export into Excel.
Most of the cooking/recipe programs and sites do not have nice excel versions of the nutrition facts info.
I wish that I could be of more help. Access is part of the MS Office Suite Professional or higher or can be purchased separately. It is not in the Home and Student version. OpenOffice Base matches some of the Access features and will read the Access database. However, the query and new tables above may need to be restructured.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
So you have an excel file containing all your info but you don't know how to access specific data?
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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Here is a
recipe from Jamie Oliver's website. http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/pasta-recipes/a-basic-recipe-for-fresh-egg-pasta
He has some
good recipes that are very easy to follow.
Feb 20, 2013 | Cooking
I am on a similar diet as you and I use the following meal replacement
recipe from time to time in order to support my nutritional needs. What I do is
take about .5 liter of 1% or skim milk, one serving of my chocolate protein
powder (I usually use Optimum Nutrition Whey Gold Standard), and half a cup of
oats (Quaker) and put them in a blender. I mix them all and then have a
delicious, nutritional meal replacement! It comes out to be around 450 calories
with 45 grams of protein and 55 grams of carbs.
Feb 04, 2013 | Health & Beauty
It is absolutely fine to consume nutrition bars even if you're not
active. These bars are healthy nonetheless and can help support a healthy diet.
Protein bars are excellent in supporting your protein needs and low calorie
energy bars like Nestle Fitness are great for providing you with energy.
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