Hi All, In a recent topic "romaine lettuce" came up and a few people thought it wasn't very good nutrition. There is a very good site, for those who are not aware, that gives a lot of info on various foods. It can be found here USDA Simply enter the food you wish to research. I should point out, if you just type in "lettuce", you will get a very long list including chicken burgers with salad filling and "lettuce" will be highlighted. So be very specific in your wording and also include the word "raw", again you will get long lists if you dont. You do need to experiment at times, wont find "parsnips" but will find "parsnip" (singular) and doesn't always recognise RAW. Once you get the item you're looking for click on the code, you will then get another set of "boxes" to fill in. I usually use the 100grams, check that box and also enter under "servings" 1, then scroll to bottom and click "get nutrients". From there you will see everything that 100 grams contains, from water content to obscure minerals but mainly the calcium, phorphorus and potassium values. If the Ca ratio is good ,ie, 2:1 or close, then it's suitable to feed to veggies eating lizards. It is interesting to note, the romaine lettuce shows up in the same catagory as Endive, Escarole and Chicory. Well worth bookmarking the site for future reference.