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Nutrient Value of Some Common Foods
For this reason we have produced this booklet entitled Nutrient Value of Some Common Foods. This publication lists the nutrients most relevant in terms of public health and contribution to the food supply of 1100 of the most commonly consumed foods in Canada. Nutrient values taken from the CNF are calculated in terms of reasonable average household measures of the ready-to-eat form of the food. These amounts are not always identical to the serving sizes displayed on Canada’s Food Guide, which are determined for the purpose of providing healthy patterns of eating for a wide range of ages and gender.
Auteur(s) : Health Canada
Date de publication : 20 mars 2009