T4073 Nutrient type code

Code valueNameDescriptionUsed in Sweden
BIOTBiotinBiotinX
CACalciumCalciumX
CHOAVLCarbohydrateCarbohydrateX
CLDChlorideChlorideX
CRChromiumChromiumX
CUCopperCopperX
ENER-EnergyEnergyX
ENERSFCalories From Saturated FatCalories From Saturated Fat (Temporary GS1 Code)
FAMSCISOf which monounsaturated fatOf which monounsaturated fatX
FAPUCISOf which polyunsaturated fatOf which polyunsaturated fatX
FASATOf which saturated fatOf which saturated fatX
FATFatFatX
FDFluorideFluorideX
FEIronIronX
FIBTGFibreFibreX
FOLDFEFolic acidFolic acidX
G_CMOCarbon MonoxideCarbon Monoxide
G_HCBicarbonate (or hydrogen carbonateBicarbonate (or hydrogen carbonate) is an intermediate form in the deprotonation of carbonic acid. It is an anion with the chemical formula HCO3. Bicarbonate serves a crucial biochemical role in the physiological pH buffering system. Bicarbonate is a major element in our body, and is present in all body fluids and organs. Secreted by the stomach, it is necessary for digestion. When ingested, for example, with mineral water, it helps buffer lactic acid generated during exercise and also reduces the acidity of dietary components. Finally, it has a prevention effect on dental cavities.
G_NICTNicotineNicotine
G_NMESNon-milk Extrinsic SugarsNon-milk Extrinsic Sugars
G_TARTarTar
GINSENGGinsengGinseng may be included in small doses in energy drinks or herbal teas, such as ginseng coffee. Ginseng is known to contain phytoestrogens. The ginseng root has been used in Asia for more than two millennia to enhance energy, support the immune system, and improve concentration. Ginseng is a mild stimulant.
HMBBeta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate(beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate) - increases muscle mass and decrease muscle breakdown. (Temporary GS1 Code)
IDIodideIodideX
IODIZED_SALTIodized SaltTable salt mixed with a minute amount of various iodine-containing salts (Temporary GS1 Code)
KPotassiumPotassiumX
L_CARNITINECarnitineCarnitine is a substance that helps the body turn fat into energy. Your body makes it in the liver and kidneys and stores it in the skeletal muscles, heart, brain, and sperm. Carnitine is available as a supplement in a variety of forms: a. L-carnitine: the most widely available and least expensive b. Acetyl-L-carnitine: Often used in studies for Alzheimer's disease and other brain disorders c. Propionyl-L-carnitine: Often used in studies for heart disease and peripheral vascular disease (Temporary GS1 Code)
MGMagnesiumMagnesiumX
MNManganeseManganeseX
MOMolybdenumMolybdenumX
NASodiumSodiumX
NACLNACL
NIANiacinNiacinX
NUCLEOTIDEBeta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate(beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate) - increases muscle mass and decrease muscle breakdown. (Temporary GS1 Code)
PPhosphorusPhosphorusX
PANTACPantothenic acidPantothenic acidX
POLYLOf which polyolsOf which polyolsX
PRO-ProteinProteinX
RIBFRiboflavinRiboflavinX
SALTEQSalt equivalentThe calculated level of salt equal to Na (natrium (sodium)) x 2,5. (Temporary GS1 Code)X
SESeleniumSeleniumX
STARCHOf which starchOf which starchX
SUGAROf which sugars, not used
SUGAR-Of which sugarsOf which sugarsX
THIAThiaminThiaminX
VITA-Vitamin AVitamin AX
VITB12Vitamin B-12Vitamin B-12X
VITB6-Vitamin B-6Vitamin B-6X
VITC-Vitamin CVitamin CX
VITD-Vitamin DVitamin DX
VITE-Vitamin EVitamin EX
VITK-Vitamin K (Do not use)Vitamin K (Do not use)X
VITKVitamin KVitamin KX
X_2FL2´-fucosyllactose (2´-FL)2´-fucosyllactose (2´-FL) is an oligosaccharide, more precisely, fucosylated, neutral trisaccharide composed of L-fucose, D-galactose, and D-glucose units. It is the most prevalent human milk oligosaccharide (HMO) naturally present in human breast milk, making up about 30% of all of HMOs.
X_ACAI_BERRY_EXTRACTAcai berry extractAcai berry extract
X_ACEROLA_FRUITAcerola fruitAcerola fruit
X_ARGAN_OILArgan oilArgan oil
X_ARTICHOKE_BLOSSOMArtichoke blossomArtichoke blossom
X_ARTICHOKE_EXTRACTArtichoke extractArtichoke extract
X_ASPARAGUS_EXTRACTAsparagus extractAsparagus extract
X_AVOCADO_EXTRACTAvocado extractAvocado extract
X_BACCOABacillus coagulansBacillus coagulans is approved for veterinary purposes as GRAS by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine, as well as by the European Union, and is listed by AAFCO for use as a direct-fed microbial in livestock production. It is often used in veterinary applications, especially as a probiotic in pigs, cattle, poultry, and shrimp. Many references to use of this bacterium in humans exist, especially in improving the vaginal flora, improving abdominal pain and bloating in irritable bowel syndrome patients, and increasing immune response to viral challenges. There is evidence from animal research that suggests that Bacillus coagulans is effective in both treating as well as preventing recurrence of clostridium difficile associated diarrhea. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacillus_coagulans
X_BIFIIDOBACTERIABifiidobacteriaA genus of gram-positive, nonmotile, often branched anaerobic bacteria.
X_BIFINBifidobacterium InfantisBifidobacterium infantis is a member of the bifidobacteria family, a strain of bacteria that is normally found in the human intestines.
X_BITTER_ORANGE_FRUITBitter orange fruitBitter orange fruit
X_BLUEBERRY_EXTRACTBlueberry extractBlueberry extract
X_BROMELAINBromelainAn enzyme extract derived from the stems of pineapples, although it exists in all parts of the fresh pineapple. The extract has a history of folk medicine use. As an ingredient, it is used in cosmetics, as a topical medication, and as a meat tenderizer.
X_CARDIFCarbohydrates DifferenceCarbohydrates difference (generally expressed in grams) for the product based on the nutritional serving size provided. “Carbohydrate difference” generally reflects the amount of starch in a product and is defined as the difference between total carbohydrate and the sum of dietary fibre, sugars, and sugar alcohols. Also known by some regulations as "Carbohydrates Other"
X_CHONDRChondroitin SulphateChondroitin sulphate is a chemical that is normally found in cartilage around joints in the body. Chondroitin sulphate is usually manufactured from animal sources, such as shark and cow cartilage. Chondroitin sulphate is used for osteoarthritis. It is often used in combination with other ingredients, including manganese ascorbate, glucosamine sulfate, glucosamine hydrochloride, or N-acetyl glucosamine.
X_CITRUS_BIOFLAVONOIDSCitrus bioflavonoidsPotent antioxidants that help combat free radicals and work synergistically with vitamin C
X_CITRUS_FRUIT_EXTRACTCitrus fruit extractCitrus fruit extract
X_COENZYME_Q10Coenzyme Q10Coenzyme Q10 ensures that the energy can be produced in the body's cells.
X_COLLAGEN_HYDROLYSATECollagen hydrolysateCollagen hydrolysate
X_CRANBERRY_EXTRACTCranberry extractCranberry extract
X_CURCUMA_LONGA_EXTRACTCurcuma longa extractCurcuma longa extract
X_DANDELION_LEAFDandelion leafDandelion leaf
X_ELDER_FRUITElder fruitElder fruit
X_ELDERBERRY_EXTRACTElderberry extractElderberry extract
X_ENTFAEEnterococcus faeciumEnterococcus faecium is a Gram-positive, alpha-hemolytic or nonhemolytic bacterium in the genus Enterococcus. It can be commensal (innocuous, coexisting organism) in the gastrointestinal tract of humans and animals, but it may also be pathogenic, causing diseases such as neonatal meningitis or endocarditis. This bacterium has developed multi-drug antibiotic resistance and uses colonization and secreted factors in virulence (enzymes capable of breaking down fibrin, protein and carbohydrates to regulate adherence bacteria to inhibit competitive bacteria). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enterococcus_faecium.
X_EVENING_PRIMROSE_OILEvening primrose oilEvening primrose oil
X_FATRNANTransfatty Acids animalTransfatty Acids, total trans fatty acids, animal origin
X_FATRNPLTransfatty Acids plantTransfatty Acids, total trans fatty acids, plant origin
X_FATRSACombined saturated fat and trans fatCombined saturated fat and trans fat.
X_FIBDIFFibre DifferenceFibre difference defines the amount of non-digestible carbohydrates not included in the definition of dietary fibre (e.g., synthetic fibres without a physiological effect that is beneficial to human health). Also known by some regulations as "Other Fibre"
X_FIBTPETotal Dietary Fibre (FDA 2020)Total dietary fibre in relevant part as non-digestible soluble and insoluble carbohydrates (with 3 or more monomeric units), and lignin that are intrinsic and intact in plants; isolated or synthetic non-digestible carbohydrates (with 3 or more monomeric units) as determined by regulation agencies to have physiological effects that are beneficial to human health.
X_GINGER_ROOTGinger rootGinger root
X_GINGER_ROOT_EXTRACTGinger root extractGinger root extract
X_GINGKO_EXTRACTGingko extractGingko extract
X_GINGKO_LEAF_EXTRACTGinkgo leaf extractGinkgo leaf extract
X_GINSENG_EXTRACTGinseng extractGinseng extract
X_GLUCMINGlucosamineGlucosamine (C6H13NO5) is an amino sugar and a prominent precursor in the biochemical synthesis of glycosylated proteins and lipids. Glucosamine is part of the structure of the polysaccharides chitosan and chitin, which compose the exoskeletons of crustaceans and other arthropods, as well as the cell walls of fungi and many higher organisms. Glucosamine is one of the most abundant monosaccharides. It is produced commercially by the hydrolysis of crustacean exoskeletons or, less commonly, by fermentation of a grain such as corn or wheat. Evidence for the effectiveness of glucosamine as a dietary supplement is mixed. In the United States, it is one of the most common dietary supplements used by adults that is neither a vitamin nor a mineral. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glucosamine
X_GOJI_BERRY_EXTRACTGoji berry extractGoji berry extract
X_GOSGalactooligosaccharides (GOS)Galactooligosaccharides (GOS) are oligosaccharides composed of different galactosyl residues (from 2 to 9 units) and a terminal glucose linked by β-glycosidic bonds, such as β-(1–2), β-(1–3), β-(1–4), and β-(1–6) (Illanes et al., 2016).
X_GRAPE_EXTRACTGrape extractGrape extract
X_GREEN_TEA_EXTRACTGreen tea extractGreen tea extract
X_GUARANA_EXTRACTGuarana extractGuarana extract
X_GUARANA_SEEDGuarana seedGuarana seed
X_HIBISCUS_BLOSSOMHibiscus blossomHibiscus blossom
X_HIBISCUS_FLOWER_EXTRACTHibiscus flower extractHibiscus flower extract
X_HMOHuman milk-oligosaccharides (HMO)Human milk-oligosaccharides (HMO) are unconjugated glycans that constitute an important component of the protection conferred by breast milk on the neonate. HMOs may act locally on the neonatal intestine by acting as signalling molecules and directly interacting with the host cells.
X_HOP_CONE_BLOSSOMHop cone blossomHop cone blossom
X_HORSETAIL_EXTRACTHorsetail extractHorsetail extract
X_KRILL_OILKrill oilKrill oil
X_LACTASELactaseEnzyme, found in the intestine that splits lactose into its components - galactose and glucose
X_LACTIC_ACID_BACTERIALactic acid bacteriaLactic acid bacteria
X_LADYS_MANTLE_LEAFLady's mantle leafLady's mantle leaf
X_LAVENDER_BLOSSOMLavender blossomLavender blossom
X_LAVENDER_BLOSSOM_EXTRACTLavender blossom extractLavender blossom extract
X_LAVENDER_OILLavender oilLavender oil
X_LEMON_BALM_LEAF_EXTRACTLemon balm leaf extractLemon balm leaf extract
X_LIME_BLOSSOMLime blossomLime blossom
X_LNNTLacto-N-neotetraose (LNnt)Lacto-N-neotetraose (LNnt) is a neutral oligosaccharide present in human colostrum and milk.
X_MACADAMIA_NUT_OILMacadamia nut oilMacadamia nut oil
X_MELAMelatoninMelatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland that inhibits melanin formation and is thought to be concerned with regulating the reproductive cycle.
X_MILK_THISTLE_FRUITMilk thistle fruitMilk thistle fruit
X_MILLET_SEED_EXTRACTMillet seed extractMillet seed extract
X_NETTE_LEAF_EXTRACTNettle leaf extractNettle leaf extract
X_OLIVE_OIL_OMEGA_9_FATTY_ACIDSOmega-9 fatty acids from olive oilOmega-9 fatty acids from olive oil
X_PAPAINPapainAn enzyme that occurs naturally in relatively high concentrations in the still greenish peel and seeds of the fruit papaya and is extracted from it.
X_POLDEPolydextroseAn indigestible synthetic polymer of dextrose/glucose. It is a food ingredient classified as soluble fibre by Health Canada. Expressed in grams. It is obtained by condensation of a melt consisting of approximately 90% glucose and 10% sorbitol in the presence of catalytic amounts of citric acid or phosphoric acid
X_POMEGRANATE_EXTRACTPomegranate extractPomegranate extract
X_POMEGRANATE_FRUITPomegranate fruitPomegranate fruit
X_PUMPKIN_SEED_EXTRACTPumpkin seed extractPumpkin seed extract
X_RED_CLOVER_CONCENTRATERed clover concentrateRed clover concentrate
X_ROSEMARY_LEAF_EXTRACTRosemary leaf extractRosemary leaf extract
X_SAGE_EXTRACTSage extractSage extract
X_SAGE_LEAFSage leafSage leaf
X_SALICSalicylateSalicylate is a salt or ester of salicylic acid.
X_SANDORN_FRUITSandorn fruitSandorn fruit
X_SEA_FISH_OILSea fish oilSea fish oil
X_SILICEOUS_EARTHSiliceous earthSiliceous earth
X_SPIRULINASpirulinaA biomass of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) that can be consumed by humans and animals.
X_TURMERIC_ROOTTurmeric rootSandorn fruit
X_WHEAT_GERM_OILWheat germ oilWheat germ oil
ZNZincZincX