Nutrient Density Cheat Sheet
Not sure how many of you guys would be interested in this, but here it is. I've been working on this Nutrient Density Cheat Sheet for the last few months. Basically, it organizes foods by relative nutrient density in the most objective way possible. In addition to stratifying foods by nutrient density, foods are also organized into a series of different scores. These scores range from 0 to 100. They're meant to capture a number of different dietary goals and philosophies. Some I agree with, some I don't. But I wanted to make sure that everyone could get something out of this.
I've created scores for everything from FODMAP-friendly foods to foods most appropriate for people with certain MTHFR genetic polymorphisms. There is even a column that organizes foods by their average market price per 100g. That way you can target the most nutrition for the least money. I even included check-boxes for those who want to use the spreadsheet as a grocery list. I even have a personal score that stratifies foods by my own biases, haha. Personally, I've never seen anything like this other than Mat Lalonde's Nutrient Density Spreadsheet. However, mine covers a wider range of nutrition data and stratifies foods in multiple different ways. It is also more condensed and easier to read.
I've put hundreds of hours into this, and it's totally free for anyone who wants to use it. There's also embedded documentation with instructions and a detailed overview of my methods. I encourage everyone to share it. I also encourage people to make suggestions. The more people suggest, the more useful the Cheat Sheet becomes. As long as there is sufficient data to be integrated, I will do my best to get it done. Anyway, enjoy!
PS. For anyone interested in the actual nutritional content of specific foods, the little plus sign above column GX will unhide all of the raw nutrition data, normalized nutrition data, and calculated data.