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Vitamins and Minerals

HHS. National Institutes of Health. Office of Dietary Supplements

An A to Z list of vitamin and mineral supplement fact sheets.

USDA. Agricultural Research Service. Nutrient Data Laboratory

Look up the amount of calories, fat, protein, vitamins, minerals and more contained in foods using the USDA's on-line searchable database. This database allows you to search the National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference and the Branded Food Products Database from one location.

USDA. Agricultural Research Service. Nutrient Data Laboratory

Create a list of common foods and the amount of up to three nutrients which those food items contain. The list can be sorted either alphabetically or in descending order by nutrient content.

HHS. National Institutes of Health. National Library of Medicine

Also in Spanish.

HHS. National Institutes of Health. National Library of Medicine

Also in Spanish.

HHS. Food and Drug Administration. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

Read about vitamins and minerals: what they are, where they are found, and how to consume a nutrient-dense diet.

HHS. Food and Drug Administration. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

Learn about the functions that each vitamin and mineral performs in the body.