This tool will calculate daily nutrient recommendations based on the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) established by the Health and Medicine Division of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
You can search the database by food item, food group, or manufacturer's name to find the nutrient information for your food items. You can also generate lists of foods sorted by nutrient content. Links to sources of related agricultural, food, dietary supplement, and other information.
The United States government has published dietary advice for more than one hundred years. The National Agricultural Library has collected, digitized, and united more than 2,000 including historical nutrition education materials, such as posters, recipes, and radio transcripts, as well as current nutrition education materials.
This website provides nutrition information for health professionals. Topics covered include hunger and food security, diet and disease, weight and obesity, food safety and food labeling, as well as links to food and nutrition surveys, grant information, legislation and policy. It also provides access to nutrition.gov, a government portal to food and nutrition information and dietary guidance.
This resource is an evidence-based, full-text resource for information about natural medicines and complementary therapies. Detailed monographs are provided for hundreds of foods, herbs, and dietary supplements, including information about their safety and effectiveness, dosing and administration, adverse effects, interactions, and references.
This collection of fact sheets and other resources from the NIH Office of Dietary Supplements and other federal government sources presents information about dietary supplements and their ingredients. These include vitamins, minerals, herbs and botanicals, probiotics, and more. Many of these resources are available in versions written for consumers (in both English and Spanish) and also for health professionals.