You can use the nutrition calculators below to input your recipe and determine the recipe's nutrition and calorie information. Try out all 3 to get a sense of how each of them works.
Use the Google tips outlined below to search for a variety of nutrient dense foods.
You can use the photo sources below to access free images for each of the dishes you selected.
If you're looking for a recipe to key into the nutrition calculators, you can explore these blogs (or search Instagram or Google, etc.) for recipes that reflect foods you eat at home or are interested in learning more about.
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Try using some of the following Google search tips to find nutirent dsense food sources.
Find nutrient dense food sources:
Find nutrient dense food sources from a particular country, region, or community:
Find nutrient dense food sources for a particular mineral or vitamin:
This service is staffed by librarians at ARC and the rest of the world. So, great for getting quick answers to quick questions, but if you want to talk with a librarian who is already familiar with the assignment and the ARC library, please use our contact info above.