Nutrition Information


Produce Rankings by The EWG (Environmental Working Group)


http://www.ewg.org/foodnews/



Glycemic Index and Information

http://www.mendosa.com/gilists.htm

A rather complete list of food items and their glycemic index rating.

The glycemic index measuress the rate at which sugar is released into your system from a particular food.


Health Benefits of Grass-Fed Products

http://www.eatwild.com/healthbenefits.htm


Smoke Point Info

http://www.goodeatsfanpage.com/collectedinfo/oilsmokepoints.htm



Fructose Levels in different foods

This chart is from an article by Dr. Mercola on fructose.
If you would like to read more about it please go to the following website.
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/02/28/new-study-confirms-fructose-affects-your-brain-very-differently-than-glucose.aspx

Fruit
Serving Size
Grams of Fructose
Limes
1 medium
0
Lemons
1 medium
0.6
Cranberries
1 cup
0.7
Passion fruit
1 medium
0.9
Prune
1 medium
1.2
Apricot
1 medium
1.3
Guava
2 medium
2.2
Date (Deglet Noor style)
1 medium
2.6
Cantaloupe
1/8 of med. melon
2.8
Raspberries
1 cup
3.0
Clementine
1 medium
3.4
Kiwifruit
1 medium
3.4
Blackberries
1 cup
3.5
Star fruit
1 medium
3.6
Cherries, sweet
10
3.8
Strawberries
1 cup
3.8
Cherries, sour
1 cup
4.0
Pineapple
1 slice
(3.5" x .75")
4.0
Grapefruit, pink or red
1/2 medium
4.3
Fruit
Serving Size
Grams of Fructose
Boysenberries
1 cup
4.6
Tangerine/mandarin orange
1 medium
4.8
Nectarine
1 medium
5.4
Peach
1 medium
5.9
Orange (navel)
1 medium
6.1
Papaya
1/2 medium
6.3
Honeydew
1/8 of med. melon
6.7
Banana
1 medium
7.1
Blueberries
1 cup
7.4
Date (Medjool)
1 medium
7.7
Apple (composite)
1 medium
9.5
Persimmon
1 medium
10.6
Watermelon
1/16 med. melon
11.3
Pear
1 medium
11.8
Raisins
1/4 cup
12.3
Grapes, seedless (green or red)
1 cup
12.4
Mango
1/2 medium
16.2
Apricots, dried
1 cup
16.4
Figs, dried
1 cup
23.0