Ethnic foods

Food

Discover nutritional properties of food and learn about nutrition facts

On this page you'll find a selection of items belonging to the group of ethnic foods. Through the links on this list of foods that are ethnic foods and you will know their properties and amount of nutrients that each food has.

Below is a list of foods belonging to the category of ethnic foods. Clicking on each one of them, you can view the properties of oils and nutritional information in addition to the benefits to your body.

These foods belong to the group of ethnic foods:

octopus (Alaska Native)
  • Octopus (Alaska Native): Octopus (Alaska Native) is low in total lipid, carbohydrate and total dietary fiber.
  • Blue (Navajo) cornmeal: This food has a low quantiti of water, total sugars and calcium but has a high quantity of carbohydrate, magnesium and phosphorus.
  • Banana (Navajo) melon: Banana (Navajo) melon is low in food energy, protein and total lipid.
  • Dried (Navajo) corn: This food is low in water, total dietary fiber and calcium but Dried (Navajo) corn has carbohydrate, magnesium and phosphorus in high quantity.
  • White (Navajo) cornmeal: High in carbohydrate, total dietary fiber and magnesium and low in water, total sugars and calcium.
  • Yellow (Navajo) cornmeal: Yellow (Navajo) cornmeal is high carbohydrate, magnesium and zinc. On the other hand. is low in water, total sugars and calcium.
  • Kneel down (Navajo) bread: High in folate, total and food folate and low in total lipid, total dietary fiber and calcium.
  • Tamales (Navajo): Tamales (Navajo) is low in total sugars, vitamin c and folic acid.
  • Acorn stew (Apache): In food has a low quantity of total dietary fiber, total sugars and calcium.
  • Raw (Southwest) agave: High in calcium and low in protein, total lipid and phosphorus.
cooked (Southwest) agave
  • Cooked (Southwest) agave: Cooked (Southwest) agave is high total dietary fiber, total sugars and calcium. On the other hand. is low in protein, total lipid and phosphorus.
  • Dried (Southwest) agave: This food is low in protein, total lipid and sodium but Dried (Southwest) agave has carbohydrate, total dietary fiber and total sugars in high quantity.