Most of us have learned to glance at the Nutrition Facts label on food we purchase. Do you know what it means?
Here’s a link to an interactive label to help you understand what it’s telling you.
Here’s another link to a broadened explanation of how this affects your nutrition. You have to click links to go step by step on this one.
One important thing to try to remember is the serving size vs. the content of fat and sugar. If your serving size is 13 grams, and that contains 5g of fat and 7g of sugar, think about how many grams of anything else you’re really getting…
Also remember if you’re dieting, the %DV is even higher for you than the label. (Calculated on 2000 cal/day).
Here’s a good example of all the other information the package of food may give you and how to process it.
It’s been a while since I bugged you about your health, here’s one easy way to take care of it.