Codes and names of nutrients, and its components.
Full forms of abbreviations used in the original book.
Contents in the original book.
The Indian Food Composition tables (IFCT 2017) provides nutritional values for 528 key foods.
Categorization of food by their common names.
Analytical methods of nutrient and bioactive components.
On the history of malnutrition, current status, and data details.
Metabolizeable energy conversion factors.
Number of primary sampling units (districts) in each State/UT.
Regional compositing centres and sample size of each region.
Tree-like hierarchy of nutrients, and its components.
Conversion of carbohydrate weights to monosaccharide equivalents in Indian Food Composition Tables 2017.
Frequency distribution of States/UTs for fixing the number of districts to be sampled.
Categorization of the States/UTs into six different regions.
Jones factors for conversion of nitrogen to protein.
Names of each food in local languages, including scientific name.
Recommended daily intakes of nutrients.
Full form of language abbreviations.
Representations of columns (as factors and units).
Detailed nutrient composition of 528 key foods in India.