I'm not familiar with those labels, but you may want to try posting this in the Diet and Nutrition message board forum to see if you get more responses from members that are familiar with those labels.
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This is my first post but I'm looking for help on figuring out how I can not only stay healthy but also continuing losing weight while I study abroad starting in September in Greece until December. I went there last semester and ended up gaining a LOT of weight. I'm 21 and I have been everywhere from 103 at my smallest up to 143 at my highest (which was last month). Now I've been eating healthier and working out and I'm down to 128... hoping to reach some sort of "ideal" weight at around 110-115. But, the hardest thing is not being able to read european nutrition labels or have any clue what I am eating when in Greece.. any suggestions?? Thank you, thank you! :)
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