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White bread, corn flakes: compare nutrition

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Nutrients in white bread, 50 grams
Nutrients in corn flakes, 50 grams


Nutrients in kelp

  • antioxidant nutrients
  • anti-inflammatory nutrients
  • anti-cancer nutrients
45 different flavonoids

Nutients in 1 cup chpped

Calories 33.5
Calories from Fat 3.9

Fat 0.47g
Saturated Fat 0.061g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.23g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.035g
Cholesterol  0.0mg

Carbohydrate 6.7g
Dietary Fiber 1.3g

Protein 2.2g

Sodium 28.8mg
Potassium  299.5mg
Calcium  9%
Phosphorus 4%
Manganese 26%
Copper 10%
Magnesium 6%
Zinc 2%
Selenium 1%
Iron 6%

Vitamin K over 1000%
Vitamin A 190%
Vitamin D 0%
Thiamin 5%
Niacin 3%
Vitamin B6 9%
Vitamin C 134%
Vitamin E0%
Riboflavin 5%
Vitamin B1 20%


Food sources of Zinc

Daily Value
Oysters, 6 medium, breaded and fried
Beef shanks, cooked, 3 ounces
Crab, Alaska king, cooked, 3 ounces
Pork shoulder, cooked, 3 ounces
Breakfast cereal fortified with 25% of the DV for zinc, ¾ cup serving
Lobster, cooked, 3 ounces
Chicken leg, roasted, 1 leg
Pork tenderloin, cooked, 3 ounces
Baked beans, canned, ½ cup
Cashews, dry roasted, 1 ounce
Yogurt, fruit, low fat, 1 cup
Raisin bran cereal, ¾ cup
Chickpeas, ½ cup
Cheese, Swiss, 1 ounce
Almonds, dry roasted, 1 ounce
Milk, whole, 1 cup
Chicken breast, roasted, ½ breast with skin removed
Cheese, cheddar or mozzarella, 1 ounce
Peas, boiled, ½ cup
Kidney beans, cooked, ½ cup
Oatmeal, instant, 1 packet
Flounder or sole, cooked, 3 ounces
Source: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 23.


Stop eating these three foods!

3 So-Called "Healthy" Foods that You Should STOP Eating 

by Mike Geary, Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Nutrition Specialist
Author of the best-seller:  
The Truth About Six Pack Abs

I was reading a statistic in a nutrition book recently, and this is going to shock you...
Now before I tell you the statistic, let's keep an important fact in mind... according to well renowned nutrition author Michael Pollan, and his amazing book called In Defense of Food, humankind has historically consumed approximately 80,000 different species of edible plants, animals, and fungi, and approximately 3,000 of those have been widespread foods of the human diet.
Now get ready for a shocking and appalling statistic...
Currently, the average adult eating a typical modern western diet in countries such as the US, Canada, Australia, etc consumes approximately 67% of their total caloric intake from only 3 foods -- CORN, SOY, AND WHEAT (and their derivatives).
What would be considered a reasonably healthy amount of corn, soy, and wheat in the human diet?  Based on 10's of thousands of years of human history, and what the natural diet of our ancestors was (indicating what our digestive systems are still programmed to process), this would probably be in the range of about 1% to 5% MAX of our total calories from corn, soy, and wheat.
Considering that modern humans are eating 67% of their total calories from corn, soy, wheat... you can see why we have massive problems in our health, and our weight!
It's not a surprise that we have so many intolerances and allergies, specifically to soy and wheat (and gluten intolerance)... the human digestive system was simply never meant to consume these substances in such MASSIVE quantities.
Keep in mind that these massively high levels of corn, soy, and wheat in our modern human diet is a relatively new phenomenon that originated from the economics of the multi-billion dollar corn, soy, and wheat industries.  It really HAS been all about the money... NOT about our health!
By "derivatives" of corn, soy, and wheat, this means the food additives such as:
  • high fructose corn syrup (HFCS)
  • corn oil
  • soybean oil (hydrogenated or plain refined)
  • soy protein
  • refined wheat flour
  • hundreds of other food additives such as maltodextrin, corn or wheat starch, soy lecithin, mono and diglycerides, etc, etc
This doesn't surprise me... consider how much soda or other sweetened drinks (with loads of HFCS) that the average person drinks daily... this is a LOT of calories from just 1 sole corn derivative.  Even marinades, salad dressings, ketchup, breads, and 100's of other foods contain loads of belly-fattening HFCS!
Also think about how many processed foods we have that are either fried in soybean or corn oil... and even if the foods are not fried in these oils, these oils are additives to almost every processed food... chips, candies, cakes, salad dressings, tomato sauces, burrito wraps, corn chips, breaded chicken, etc, etc.  This is a LOT of calories from these 2 other corn and soy derivatives... both of them EXTREMELY UNHEALTHY!
On top of that, think about how much breads, cereals, pastas, muffins, and other highly processed wheat products that most people consume each day.  Again, this is LOADS of unhealthy, blood-sugar spiking, nutrient-poor calories, that more than half of the population has some degree of intolerance to anyway.
It gets even worse!
Not only are we eating 67% of our total calories from corn, soy, and wheat... but because of the economics involved (specifically with cheap corn and soy) we are also feeding most of our farm animals corn and soy now too... again amplifying the amount of corn and soy that passes through the food chain and (from a biochemical standpoint) ends up in our bodies.
Probably the 2 worst examples of this blatant mismanagement of our food supply is how our factory farmed chickens and cows are fed.
Cows are fed mostly corn in factory feedlot farms, even though their digestive systems are only meant to eat grass and other forage. This makes the cows sick (hmm... E-coli anyone?), alters the omega-6 to omega-3 ratio of the fats to unhealthy levels, and also diminishes the healthy CLA fats that would occur naturally in grass-fed beef.  All of these problems go away if our cows are fed what they were made to eat naturally - grass!
Our chickens are also fed a diet of mostly corn and soy and crowded in tight pens in horrendous conditions... when the fact is that a chicken was meant to roam around the outdoors eating a mixture of greens, insects, worms, seeds, etc.  When chickens are kept inside in tight quarters and fed only grains, it leads to an unhealthy meat for you to eat, and less healthy eggs compared to free-roaming chickens allowed to eat an outdoors diet.
Our food supply has gotten so screwed up that we're even feeding our salmon and other farmed fish corn and soy...again because of the economics involved.  How ludicrous is this, considering that fish are meant to eat a diverse diet of smaller fish, worms, bugs, etc.  Again this makes farm raised fish unhealthy in terms of nutrition compared to the wild counterparts.

So even when you're eating chicken, beef, and fish, you're still essentially getting even MORE corn and soy into your body...considering that the cows, chickens, and farmed fish ate mostly soy and corn.
So it's actually WORSE than just 67% isn't it!
Why is it so unhealthy to consume 2/3rds of our calories from corn, soy, and wheat?
Well, this section could encompass an entire book, so to keep this short, I'll just throw out a few random reasons...
  • Skews the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fats in our diet to as high as 30:1, when a ratio of 1:1 to 2:1 is considered healthy.
  • Problems with gluten intolerance (related to heavy wheat consumption)
  • Problems with weight gain, blood-sugar swings, and reduced insulin sensitivity (and progression of diabetes) due to excessive refined corn and wheat flours, as well as HFCS in our diet
  • Soy and corn are the most genetically modified crops (which also allows more pesticides and herbicides to be used, which are usually "xenoestrogens")
  • Many of the pesticide and herbicide residues in these crops are xenoestrogens, which can increase "stubborn" belly fat 
  • Soy products and derivatives contain a double-whammy of xenoestrogens as well as phytoestrogens... again creating an environment in your body for fat storage, carcinogenic effects, and even "man boobs" for some men in very severe cases
  • The feeding of corn and soy to animals reduces the health and nutritional benefits of those animal products
  • and the list could go on and on and on...
So how do you avoid all of this overwhelming amount of corn, soy, and wheat in our food supply, and finally take control of your weight and your health?
1. Don't purchase processed foods!  It all starts with your grocery cart discipline... choose only 1-ingredient foods such as fruits, veggies, beans, eggs (free roaming), nuts, seeds, and meats from grass-fed or free roaming animals that are raised correctly.  Only resort to junk foods or processed foods on a 1-day per week "cheat day" but ONLY when dining out... that way, the processed foods aren't in your house to tempt you.
2. Get most of your carbs from fruits and veggies instead of grains.
3.  Avoid store bought salad dressings as they almost always contain soybean oil and HFCS (instead, try my homemade healthy salad dressing)
4. Make sure that your tomato sauces don't have HFCS and soybean oils... look for sauces made with olive oil instead.  Remember to avoid unhealthy canola oils too!
5. If you like guacamole (one of the healthiest snacks on the planet!), try veggie sticks with guacamole instead of genetically-modified, oil-soaked corn chips
6. If you like hummus, try veggies sticks with hummus instead of pita chips or other bread.
7. Reduce your cereal, bread, and pasta intake by having these foods only on "cheat days" and stick to more of the 1-ingredient foods I mentioned in #1 above.  Try some of these healthy snacks as good alternatives (yes, I know that one of the 13 snacks on there has sprouted grain, which is fine on occasion).
I could go on with more examples, but I think that's good for now.
So with all of this said... Is my diet perfect?  Well, no of course not!  Nobody is perfect, and I can give in to temptation on occasion just like anybody else.
However, I'd estimate that my corn/soy/wheat consumption is only about 2-4% of my total caloric intake compared to 67% for the average person.  The way that I achieve this is to simply not bring any corn, soy, or wheat products into my house, so I'm never tempted by it.  Therefore, at least 6 days/week, I eat virtually no corn/soy/wheat, except for the occasional piece of sprouted grain toast a couple times a week (which is a better option than typical "whole grain" bread).
I do, however, give in and sometimes eat breads, pasta, and even corn chips, etc. when I'm dining out.  I see these as my cheat meals and try to do this no more than once per week.  I still completely eliminate sodas and deep fried foods though...they are just TOO evil!
his is one of the MAJOR reasons that we are so unhealthy and overweight as a society... 67% of our calories from just 3 foods (and their derivatives) is an appalling statistic!  Don't give in to the marketing machine that is the corn, soy, and wheat industries!  Take control of your OWN health instead of letting big corporations take control of your health.


Nutrients in carrots/apple mix

Nutrients in 1 cup of shredded carrots + 1 cup shredded apple


Mineral-rich foods


Almonds, figs, beans, carrots, pecans, raisins, brown rice, apricots, garlic,
dates, spinach, sesame seeds, brazil nuts, cashews, papaya, avocados, celery, milk, yogurt, cheddar cheese, Swiss cheese, tofu, sardines, green beans, spinach, broccoli


 Salt, soy sauce, milk, eggs, meats


 Brewers yeast, clams, cheese, corn oil, whole grains, vegetable oils, liver,
brewer's yeast, whole grains, cheese, nuts


 Soy beans, Brazil nuts, bone meal, raisins, legumes, seafoods, black strap molasses, meats, water


Kelp, dulse, beets, celery, lettuce, Irish moss, grapes, mushrooms, orange, salt, seafood, bread, milk, cheese


Kelp, raisins, figs, beets, soy beans, bananas, asparagus, carrots, cucumbers, sunflower seeds, parsley, grapes,
watercress, artichoke, parsley, spinach, broccoli, green beans, tomato juice, tofu, clams, shrimp, beef liver


Honey, almonds, tuna, kelp, pineapple, pecans, green vegetables, spinach, broccoli, artichokes,
green beans, tomato juice, navy beans, pinto beans, black-eyed peas, sunflower seeds, tofu, cashews, halibut


Celery, bananas, beets, egg yolks, bran, walnuts, pineapples, asparagus, whole grains,
leafy green vegetables.


Legumes, organ meats


Mushrooms, cashews, oats, beans, squash, pecans, carrots, almonds,
meats, fish, poultry, eggs, milk


Spinach, apples, tomatoes, strawberries, bananas, lemons, figs, celery,
mushrooms, oranges, papaya, pecans, raisins, pineapple, rice, cucumbers, Brussels sprouts, potatoes,
acorn squash, artichoke, spinach, broccoli, carrots, green beans, tomato juice, avocado, grapefruit juice,
watermelon, banana, strawberries, cod, milk


Seafood, meats and grains


Turnips, raw milk, cheese, wheat germ, cucumbers, beets, string beans,
seafoods, lima beans, okra, pumpkins.


Bran, cheese, eggs, cauliflower, nuts, onions, broccoli, fish, wheat germ,
cucumbers, turnips, corn.


Mushrooms, liver, seafood, soy beans, sunflower seeds, brewers yeast, spinach,
broccoli, green peas, green beans, tomato juice,lentils, oysters, shrimp, crab, turkey (dark meat),
lean ham, lean ground beef, lean sirloin steak, plain yogurt, Swiss cheese, tofu, ricotta cheese


Food sources of vitamin K

Micrograms of vitamin K in 1 cup of food, packed

For those in need of limiting vitamin K intake: choose foods with the lowest content of vitamin K

Kale, frozen, cooked,
boiled, drained, without salt
Kale, cooked, boiled,
drained, without salt
Collards, frozen,
chopped, boiled, drained, wo/ salt
Spinach, frozen,
chopped , boiled, drained, wo/ salt
Spinach, canned,
drained solids
Spinach, cooked,
boiled, drained, without salt
Turnip greens, frozen,
boiled, drained, wo/ salt
Collards, cooked,
boiled, drained, without salt
Beet greens, cooked,
boiled, drained, wo/ salt
Turnip greens, cooked,
boiled, drained, wo/ salt
Mustard greens, cooked,
boiled, drained, wo/ salt
Brussels sprouts,
frozen, boiled, drained, wo/ salt
Broccoli, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt 220
Brussels sprouts, cooked, boiled, drained, wo/
Onions, spring or scallions (includes tops,
bulb), raw
Dandelion greens, cooked, boiled, drained, wo/
Broccoli, frozen, chopped, boiled, drained, wo/
Spinach soufflé 172
Lettuce, butterhead (plus Boston and Bibb types),
Parsley, raw 164
Spinach, raw 145
Asparagus, frozen, cooked, boiled, drained, wo/
Sauerkraut, canned, solids and liquids 135
Lettuce, iceberg (includes crisp head types), raw 130
Endive, raw 116
Lettuce, green leaf, raw 97
Broccoli, raw 89
Okra, frozen, cooked, boiled, drained, wo/ salt 88
Cabbage, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt 73
Rhubarb, frozen, cooked, with sugar 71
Okra, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt 64
Cow peas, frozen, boiled, drained, wo/ salt 63
Cabbage, Chinese (pak-choi), boiled, drained, wo/
Lettuce, cos or romaine, raw 57
Celery, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt 57
Broccoli, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt 52
Cucumber, with peel, raw 49
Peas, edible-podded, frozen, boiled, drained, wo/
Spinach, raw 48
Cabbage, Savoy, raw 48
Asparagus, frozen, cooked, boiled, drained, wo/
Cow peas, immature seeds, boiled, drained, wo/
Cabbage, raw 42

Source: USDA Nutrient Database for Standard Reference

Daily Recommended Vitamin K: 80 to 120 mcg


Nutrition facts for one cup raw corn

Standard nutrition label

Amount Per Serving (1 cup, raw)
Calories from Fat
Saturated Fat
Polyunsaturated Fat
Monounsaturated Fat
Dietary Fiber
Vitamin A
Vitamin D
Vitamin B6
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
Vitamin B12
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Amount Per Serving (1 cup, raw)
Fatty acids, total saturated 1.107 g
16:0 0.945 g
18:0 0.124 g
Fatty acids, total monounsaturated 2.077 g
16:1 undifferentiated 0.007 g
18:1 undifferentiated 2.070 g
Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated 3.591 g
18:3 undifferentiated 0.108 g
18:2 undifferentiated 3.481 g
Cholesterol 0.000 mg
Amino Acids
Histidine 0.476 g
Proline 1.365 g
Leucine 1.917 g
Arginine 0.780 g
Glutamic acid 2.935 g
Glycine 0.641 g
Threonine 0.588 g
Tyrosine 0.636 g
Lysine 0.440 g
Aspartic acid 1.087 g
Phenylalanine 0.769 g
Alanine 1.170 g
Valine 0.792 g
Cystine 0.282 g
Isoleucine 0.559 g
Methionine 0.327 g
Tryptophan 0.111 g
Serine 0.742 g


Grass Fed Beef & Other Grass Fed Meats

The "Land Meat" That Rivals Wild Salmon in Omega-3 Content

by Mike Geary -- Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer

I know you've heard all of the buzz over the last few years about the health benefits of wild salmon and other fish that have higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids.

However, did you know that there's a "land meat" that has similar omega-3/omega-6 ratios as wild salmon?  In fact, this "land meat" not only contains as much, or even higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids, but without the possible negatives such as heavy metals (mercury, etc) and PCBs that can be found in fish frequently.
I've talked about this type of meat before and how it's one of the healthiest forms of meat you can possibly eat... It's grass-fed beef and other grass-fed ruminant meats such as bison, buffalo, lamb, and venison.
Now I know that a lot of people will try to convince you that meat is not good for you... and to be honest I partially agree with them when it comes to your typical factory farm-raised meat where the animals are fattened up with huge quantities of grains & soy that are not their natural diet & given unhealthy doses of hormones, antibiotics, etc.
However, when animals are healthy and eat the diet they were meant to eat naturally, the meat is actually healthy for us.  Not only are grass-fed meats a super-high quality source of muscle-building proteins, but they are also a great source of healthy fats (surprisingly to most people).
Let's take beef for example... When cattle eat mostly grain and soy, the fat composition of their meat becomes higher in inflammatory omega-6 fatty acids (which most of us already consume too much omega-6's) and lower in beneficial omega-3 fatty acids (which are typically lacking in modern diets).
On the other hand, when cattle eat mostly grass instead of grains & soy, their meat becomes higher in omega-3s and lower in omega-6 fatty acids, achieving a more natural balance of omega-3 to omega-6 fats.  In addition, grass-fed beef also contains much higher levels of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which has shown some promising benefits in studies for losing body fat and gaining lean muscle mass.
Note - only the natural form of CLA from grass-fed meats and dairy has shown the fat loss and muscle building benefits in studies... beware of the supplement pill forms of CLA, which are artificially created.
A similar comparison can be made between wild salmon and farm raised salmon. Wild salmon is a healthier option than farm raised salmon and has higher levels of omega-3's because the wild salmon eat what they're supposed to eat naturally. On the other hand, farm raised salmon are fattened up unnaturally with grain/soy based food pellets which detrimentally changes the salmon's fat ratio of omega-6 to omega-3.
The problem is that it is VERY hard to find healthy grass fed meats in typical grocery stores. In fact, even at health food stores, you might find some "organic" meats (which is at least a little better than standard), but it is often hard to find any real grass-fed meats.
Well, about 2 weeks ago, I did some searching and found a great website that sells all kinds of varieties of grass-fed beef and other healthy grass fed meats...
They have everything you could ever want... grass-fed burgers, ribeye steaks, filet mignon & any other quality beef cuts, grass-fed buffalo, grass-fed cheeses, and even free-range chicken and turkey!
And better yet, they deliver it right to your house with no shipping costs either... and I actually found that the prices were pretty comparable to what I usually pay at the grocery store anyway.
I'll tell ya... I was like a kid in a candy store when I found this site. I placed my order for all kinds of goodies on a friday, I got a shipping notification email that Monday, and my delivery came right to my door the very next day in a sealed cooler... I couldn't believe the service I got from this company.
Wouldn't it give you peace of mind to know that you and your family are eating meat that is actually good for you instead of the mass produced junk at most grocery stores? I know I'm getting most of my meat from them from now on.
Everything in my order ended up being awesome... here's my recommendations:

  • the grass-fed filet mignons (delicious and tender!)
  • grass-fed burgers and bison burgers when I need a quick but healthy 5-minute meal (use some grass-fed cheese and sprouted grain roll for the ultimate balanced meal)
  • the free-range chicken and turkey sausages (makes great italian dishes or healthier breakfast sausage)
  • grass-fed cheese and butter (higher in CLA and omega-3 than normal butter or cheese)
  • they even have free-range turkeys available for big family meals (you won't find free-range turkeys in stores)
  • Plus, besides getting much healthier meat than you'd ever find in the store, another benefit to this site was that it was like doing my grocery shopping from my living room, instead of fighting the crowds at the store.

Well, they've got me hooked, and thought I'd pass on this little discovery to you. Here's the site again...

(FYI - from looking at the site, I believe you can only order the meats if you're in the US and Canada)


If you liked todays article, feel free to email this page on to any of your friends, family, or co-workers that would enjoy it.

Mike Geary
Certified Nutrition Specialist
Certified Personal Trainer
Founder - Truth About Abs

Requirements for Organic Certification

For crop farms –

• 3 years with no application of prohibited materials (no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides,
or GMOs) prior to harvest of the first certified organic crop;
• Implementation of an Organic System Plan, with proactive fertility systems;
conservation measures; environmentally sound manure, weed, disease, and pest
management practices; and soil building crop rotation systems;
• Use of natural inputs and/or approved synthetic substances on the National List;
• No use of prohibited substances while certified;
• No use of genetically engineered organisms, (GMOs) defined in the rule as ”excluded
• No sewage sludge or irradiation;
• Use of organic seeds, when commercially available;
• Use of organic seedlings for annual crops;
• Restrictions on use of raw manure and compost;
• Maintenance of buffer zones, depending on risk of contamination; and
• No residues of prohibited substances exceeding 5% of the EPA tolerance.

For livestock operations –

• Implementation of an Organic Livestock Plan;
• Mandatory outdoor access, when seasonally appropriate;
• Access to pasture for ruminants;
• No antibiotics, growth hormones, slaughter byproducts, or GMOs;
• 100% organic feed and approved feed supplements;
• Sound animal husbandry and preventative health care;
• Organic management from last third of gestation or 2nd day after hatching; and
• No rotating animals between organic and non-organic management.

For processing operations –

• No commingling or contamination of organic products during processing;
• Implementation of an Organic Handling Plan;
• No use of GMOs or irradiation;
• Proactive sanitation and facility pest management practices;
• Use of organic agricultural ingredients in “organic” products, when commercially
available; and
• Use of approved label claims for “100% organic”, “organic” (at least 95% organic
ingredients), “Made with organic ingredients” (at least 70% organic ingredients), and
proper use of the word “organic” in ingredient list (less than 70% organic



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Nutritional analysis of alcoholic beverages

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Alcoholic beverage, beer, light
Alcoholic beverage, beer, light, BUD LIGHT
Alcoholic beverage, beer, light, BUDWEISER SELECT
Alcoholic beverage, beer, light, MICHELOB ULTRA
Alcoholic beverage, beer, regular, all
Alcoholic beverage, beer, regular, BUDWEISER
Alcoholic beverage, creme de menthe, 72 proof
Alcoholic beverage, daiquiri, canned
Alcoholic beverage, daiquiri, prepared-from-recipe
Alcoholic beverage, distilled, all (gin, rum, vodka, whiskey) 100 proof
Alcoholic beverage, distilled, all (gin, rum, vodka, whiskey) 80 proof
Alcoholic beverage, distilled, all (gin, rum, vodka, whiskey) 86 proof
Alcoholic beverage, distilled, all (gin, rum, vodka, whiskey) 90 proof
Alcoholic beverage, distilled, all (gin, rum, vodka, whiskey) 94 proof
Alcoholic beverage, distilled, gin, 90 proof
Alcoholic beverage, distilled, rum, 80 proof
Alcoholic beverage, distilled, vodka, 80 proof
Alcoholic beverage, distilled, whiskey, 86 proof
Alcoholic beverage, liqueur, coffee with cream, 34 proof
Alcoholic beverage, liqueur, coffee, 53 proof
Alcoholic beverage, liqueur, coffee, 63 proof
Alcoholic beverage, pina colada, canned
Alcoholic beverage, pina colada, prepared-from-recipe
Alcoholic beverage, rice (sake)
Alcoholic beverage, tequila sunrise, canned
Alcoholic beverage, whiskey sour, canned
Alcoholic beverage, whiskey sour, prepared from item 14028
Alcoholic beverage, whiskey sour, prepared from item 14530
Alcoholic beverage, whiskey sour, prepared with water, whiskey and powder mix
Alcoholic beverage, wine, cooking
Alcoholic beverage, wine, dessert, dry
Alcoholic beverage, wine, dessert, sweet
Alcoholic beverage, wine, light
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, all
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, red
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Barbera
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Burgundy
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Cabernet Franc
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Cabernet Sauvignon
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Carignane
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Claret
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Gamay
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Lemberger
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Merlot
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Mouvedre
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Petite Sirah
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Pinot Noir
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Sangiovese
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Syrah
Alcoholic Beverage, wine, table, red, Zinfandel
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Chenin Blanc
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Fume Blanc
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Gewurztraminer
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, late harvest
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Muller Thurgau
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Muscat
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Pinot Blanc
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Pinot Gris (Grigio)
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Riesling
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Sauvignon Blanc
Alcoholic beverage, wine, table, white, Semillon