Where do I find the nutritional information to add to the nutrition capsule? I'm not schooled in this area. Is it necessary to perform and ingredient-by-ingredient search online? That seems very time consuming.
Do you think the nutrition capsule is truly important to a recipe hub, or not--especially if it is obvious that said recipe is using only healthy, whole foods ingredients????
I don't usually add the nutrition info because I don't agree with it. Nutrition is in the freshness of a product! Not what the product is. So far, not writing in the 'N' factor has not stopped hubs from being rated highly.
I have occasionally used the 'N' table to demonstrate how much of a property is in a certain ingredient.
If you go online and type in 'nutrition tables' you should get links.
Best luck. I think you need to weigh up what you want to say with what the 'N' tables can add (or detract).
Ah--good points. I agree that the freshness is important, but the current set of recipes I'm working on are for low/no salt diets, so I was looking for the sodium information, and finding it a challenge. Most of the nutrition tables I found last night seem to deal only in calories and carbs. ..
I'll have another go today, when I'm not wiped out from cooking all day as I was yesterday.
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