In today’s busy lifestyle we all feel the pressure to eat sensibly and look after our diet. But how many of us really know about which foods contain the vitamins and minerals we need?

The Good Food Chart is a beautifully illustrated guide to 99 different types of food, each easily accessible in either a supermarket or farmers’ market. Each item, be it a blueberry or an oyster, is accompanied by a breakdown of the vitamins and minerals it contains, and the percentage this entails of our daily requirement. So if you want to take excellent care of your family’s nutritional well-being or simply snack more healthily while at your desk – this food chart is for you.

There’s also information about each of the essential vitamins and minerals, including why they are needed in the body and a helpful guide to deficiency symptoms. So if you can’t shake off that annoying migraine, or your hair is looking lacklustre, a glance at The Good Food Chart will reveal what your diet is lacking and which foods you need to eat more of, in order to overcome the problem.

This Good Food Chart is a beautiful addition to any kitchen, and a wonderful source of inspiration while planning the weekly shop, family meals and lunch boxes. Easy to use and packed with information, it is also a great way for all the family to learn together about nutrition and a healthy diet. There is no other book or poster available that sets out all of this detailed information in such a quick and easy-to-use format.

The Food Chart contains information on the following food:
Almonds Apples Apricots Artichokes
Blackcurrants Blueberries BrazilNuts Broccoli
Cauliflower Celery Cherries Chicken
Cucumber Dates Eggs Fennel
Grapefruit Herring Kale Kidney Beans
Liquorice Linseeds Mackerel Mango
Mushrooms Nettles Oats Okra
Parsnips Pears Peas Peppercorns
Pumpkin Seeds Quinoa Radish Raspberries
Seaweed Sesame Seeds Soya Spinach
Strawberries Sunflower Seeds Sweet Potato Thyme
Turnip Walnuts Watercress Wheatgerm
Asparagus Avocado Bananas Barley
Buckwheat Cabbage Carrots Cashews
Chickpeas Coconut Coriander Corn (Maize)
Figs Game Garlic Ginger
Kiwi Fruit Leeks Lemons/Lime Lettuce
Melon Millet Molasses Mung Beans
Olives  Oysters Papayas Parsley
Peppers Pineapple Pine Nuts Prunes
Rice Rye Salmon Sardines
Spirulina Sprouts (Brussels) Sprouts (Alfalfa) Squash
Tofu Tomato Tuna Turmeric
Wild Rice Yams Yeast Extract Yogurt.

It also has information on the following vitamins and minerals: 

Biotin Boron Calcium Chromium
Copper Folate Iodine Iron
Magnesium Manganese Molybdenum Omega 3&6
Phosphorous Potassium Selenium Silicon
Sulphur Vanadium Vitamin A Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) Vitamin B5
(Pantothenic Acid)
Vitamin B6 Vitamin B12
Vitamin C Vitamin D Vitamin E Vitamin K
Zinc

It also has information on the general makeup of food: Fat, Protein and Carbohydrates

The nutritional information for The Good Food Chart was sourced from the databases of the United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. This information is all available online at www.ars.usda.gov