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  1. questionData Zero vs. Missing Data. What is the difference between a zero value and a blank nutrient field?
    In the ESHA database a zero value means that food or ingredient contains none, or an insignificant amount of the respective nutrient.If a nutrient field is blank, this means that data was not provided or that we are unable to calculate data from other nutrients provided.A blank field does not eq ...

  2. questionSingle Nutrient Report. If my recipe is higher in fat that I would like, how do I find a substitution?
    Use the Single Nutrient Report to identify which of the ingredients contributes the most or least of the nutrient in question.Once you have ranked the ingredients in order of contribution, you can search for ingredients to reach the desired nutritional content.


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