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How to Read a Nutrition Facts Label

Solving the Ninth Mystery of the World

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Lots of new and different since this article was written -- still good advice to read labels; but be careful with what you read -- serving sizes are not very realistic. 8-) Report
Nice to know facts. Report
Great informative articel--I just wonder why there isn't a "type of sugar" breakdown listing like there is "type of fats" Report
Good and usable article. Thank you. Report
Great article has taught me how to read labels. Really helpful Report
Great article. Lots of valuable information provided! Report
I love cracking the code Report
The 5 and 20% guidelines are a great little check, especially when you are in the grocery store and trying to glance in a hurry. Thanks for sharing this tip. Report
I have embraced the Keto eating life style. So i eat less than 20 grams of carbs, at least 78 grams of protien and up to 96 grams of fat daily. I rarly buy or eat prosessed foods. Reading lables is a must for me to stay on track. Report
Thank-you for the article I wanted to know what was considered high sodium and carbs in a food and the 5%-20% general rule is very helpful. Report
The 5 & 20% is a great rule of thumb. Thank you. Report
Great article, I think reading the ingredients is also important, that is where you see things like added sugars, or sodium which will tell you to check another brand and compare.
Also this points out the reason I love the SparkPeople Nutrition tracker, it will track so much more than just calories and fat..so when Doc tells you to watch sodium, or carbs you're covered!
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I have learned that in order to use canned vegetables , I have to rinse them thoroughly in cold water before heating. Water retention is a big problem for me and this helps with salt reduction. There is so much sodium in foods! Report
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Our bodies are so complex and without all the variables added and computed... focusing on EXACT numbers is almost redundant when one thinks about it. Simplifying the percentage values on the label by using the 5% and 20% as you have stated is wholeheartedly welcomed and appreciated. Thank you! Report
Great article and very informative and a great reminder to always read the labels. I have been doing this for a few years now but slacked off, time to get back on track. Report

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