About nutrition facts
The nutrition facts of many recipes are now available on our site. They have been analyzed by a registered dietitian member of the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec.
What is a serving?
Nutrition facts are given for 1 serving, unless otherwise indicated at the top of the table. For example, if the recipe's output is 4 servings, nutritional values cover 1out of the 4 servings. And if the recipe's output varies (for example, from 4 to 6 servings), the nutrition facts table will indicate the serving reference.
When salt is listed as an ingredient, but in no specific quantity, a small pinch of salt is added to the analysis. In other words, the value of the sodium displayed, where applicable, takes very little added salt into account.
To give you an idea, 5 ml (1 tsp.) of salt is equivalent to 2,400 mg of sodium.
The nutritional information displayed is for informational purposes only. Some values were rounded off. If you follow a medical regimen or have a specific health condition, you should first consult your health care provider or a registered dietitian member of the College, Association or Board of Dietitians in your province or territory. In any case, nutritional information provided should not be considered as an official commercial label.