Nutritional Charts templates for Excel

On this page you we will gather various nutrional charts that you can use and modify at your own will. The charts give you the nutritional

These are quite useful when starting a diet or a weight loss or gain program. Please check our weight tracking chart here.

Here a very complete chart done by the united state department of agriculture (USDA) that list more than 8600 food items in details (calories, lipid, protein, etc...). It is also quite big with 2Mb

food nutritional chart

In details here is what they list: Water_(g), Energ_Kcal, Protein_(g), Lipid_Tot_(g), Ash_(g), Carbohydrat_(g), Fiber_TD_(g), Sugar_Tot_(g), Calcium_(mg), Iron_(mg), Magnesium_(mg), Phosphorus_(mg), Potassium_(mg), Sodium_(mg), Zinc_(mg), Copper_mg), Manganese_(mg), Selenium_(µg), Vit_C_(mg), Thiamin_(mg), Riboflavin_(mg), Niacin_(mg), Panto_Acid_mg), Vit_B6_(mg), Folate_Tot_(µg), Folic_Acid_(µg), Food_Folate_(µg), Folate_DFE_(µg), Choline_Tot_ (mg), Vit_B12_(µg), Vit_A_IU, Vit_A_RAE, Retinol_(µg), Alpha_Carot_(µg), Beta_Carot_(µg), Beta_Crypt_(µg), Lycopene_(µg), Lut+Zea_ (µg), Vit_E_(mg), Vit_D_µg, Vit_D_IU, Vit_K_(µg), FA_Sat_(g), FA_Mono_(g), FA_Poly_(g), Cholestrl_(mg).


Another more simple chart with about 800 food items with fat, calories, carbs and proteins contents (source is CSUN, California States University). If you want the old Excel Format press here.

calorie content

Here the first chart from a survivor web site (urban survival site). It lists high calorie foods that you must have in your garden in order to survive the apocalypse...(In old Excel format press here)

survivals nuts



For those who love cheese, here a very detailed table on the Swiss Emmentaler Cheese or on the Gruyere Cheese

It contains Saturated fatty acids, Monosaturated fatty acids, Polyunsaturated fatty acids, Trans fatty acids, Conjugated linoleic acids, omega 3 fatty acids, Cholesterol, Carbohydrates incl. org. acids, of which sugar, of which polyoles, of which lactic acids, of which starch, Fiber, Salt (NaCl), Sodium (Na), Potassium (K), Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), Phosphorus (P), Iron (Fe), Zinc (Zn), Copper (Cu), Manganese (Mn), Selenium (Se), Chloride (Cl), Iodide (J). Sources are from the Vonmuhlenen company.


Here the french version where you can find some excel tables in french.