I have been lifting weights for a while now but I don't like taking a lot of supplements. I have done a lot of research on many supplements and most of them have serious side effects. I have learned from experience that the manufacturer's site only tells you what they want you to hear. For example, one of my mom's patients (she is an optometrist) was taking creatine and as it turns out, it also contained roids! Which is why I eat mainly natural foods, except for multivitamins, chromium, and EFAs.
But my main question is: Are their any sites or books that detail the amounts of macronutrients (proteins,carbs, and fats) per gram of food, i.e. chicken breast?