Nutrition plays a big role in your body’s health. I like to play by the Laura Vitale rule. Use
good quality ingredients, eat everything in moderation and lead an active lifestyle. Hose
three things make a happy human being. Across this website, specifically underneath each
recipe you’ll find information on the nutritional content in each recipe. This is simple a
guide. Think of it as a rough estimation rather than a super accurate bit of info because
there are a lot of factors that play into how those nutritional content sections are
Each nutritional information section includes estimates on calories, fat, carbohydrates and
other information. This information is generated by on online API that recognizes
ingredients names and amounts. It then calculates the nutritional content of the recipe
based on serving size that is selected by The Scran Line blog.
This information is purely meant to be helpful in estimating the nutritional information of
each recipe and not an accurate or official evaluation by the Food and Drug Administration.
These figures are only estimating, and the reader (that’s you!) should only read them as
such. The nutritional information may vary due to several factors. An example of this how
an ingredient is used and how much of it is actually eaten. A brand may have different
valuations in nutrition and there may be lots of other factors.
The best thing to do when trying to determine accurate nutrition information is to use your
own preferred method or calculate them yourself. You may even want to consult with the
licensed nutritional expert. I’m by no means an expert in food safety and nutrition and any
information throughout this site is only meant as a guide.
This website is not intended to be a source of nutritional or food safety advice and all
readers assume full responsibility for any decisions they make regarding their own health