Nutritional tablets - Nutritional value of food
- The nutritional tables (5th edition) are from the year 2003 and have not been updated since then.
- The nutritional value shown in the tables rests on a solid foundation and this is especially true for unprocessed foods. However, it must be borne in mind that the chemical composition of food changes for a variety of reasons, such as the effects of feed, environmental factors, meat cutting methods and changed recipes of processed foods.
- The users of the information must always weigh and assess whether it applies to the food in question. Food marketers are always responsible for ensuring that the information on food packaging is correct.
- Matís does not guarantee the reliability of the data or its use in other forums.
The complete edition, the fifth in a row, published online in 2003 in PDF format
The nutrient tables contain information on the nutritional value of common foods. Values are given for energy, energy content, and some vitamins and minerals. The data is from the Icelandic database on the chemical content of food (ÍSGEM), but Matís is responsible for its operation in collaboration with the Icelandic Food Council (Public Health Institute).
The nutrient tablets are divided into food categories. Within each category, foods are arranged in alphabetical order. You can select a food category by clicking on one of the tabs below. If you are not sure which food category to choose, you can search the list of all foods. There, foods are arranged in alphabetical order and shown in which tables to look for.
Note that for each food category there are several tablets. First, information about energy, energy substances and other main substances appears, but you need to go to the next page to see the values for some vitamins and minerals in the same foods.
The values in the tables are reference values because the composition of most foods can vary considerably.
- Milk, dairy products
- Ice cream
- Cereals, bread and cakes
- Vegetables and potatoes
- Fruits, berries, nuts and seeds
- Meat and meat products. Poultry meat
- Fish, fish products and shellfish
- Eggs and egg products
- Fats: butter, margarine, oils, etc.
- Sugar, honey and sweets
- Drinks, except milk drinks
- Edible salt, vinegar, yeast, spices and kraft
- Snacks: popcorn, chips, etc.
- Sauces, soups and cold cuts
- Ready meals
- Dietary supplements, nutritional drinks, special diets
Nutrient tablets for individuals with renal impairment, June 2010
The tablets provide information on protein, phosphorus, sodium and potassium in 1200 foods. There is also information on other substances than protein, as well as values for calcium and magnesium.