Counting calories is one thing, but trying to keep track of things like fat, protein, fiber, and carbohydrates are just as important in a good overall exercise plan. It's not that hard to find nutrition information on processed foods, but when you buy fresh produce and the like it's a lot harder to find the information. NOTE: This is about everyday food (fruits, vegetables, meats, etc.), not fast food.
Has anybody found a good resource for (a) finding out nutrition information of food that do not normally come in packaging with that information, and possibly (b) being able to track that information for diet purposes (or combining them for recipes to find overall information)?
I've looked at http://nutritiondata.self.com/ before, but I've found a number of great healthy recipes have ingredients that it doesn't have or are difficult to find. Also trying to build out a recipe is quite time consuming if there's more than a few ingredients (especially if you have to go through the process of converting units to fit the site's need).