How To Read Nutrition Facts Labels
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Many people are confused by the nutrition labels they see on packaged foods in the supermarket.
Before we talk about some simple tips for reading those labels,
it’s important to remember that some of the healthiest foods in the store – like fresh fruits and vegetables or a filet of fish – these foods don’t need nutrition labels to tell you they’re nutritious.
So, one simple strategy for eating sensibly is to try, as much as possible to avoid foods with nutrition labels because, by definition, these are packaged – and more heavily processed – than fresh foods.
Having said that, since the majority of us eat at least some packaged food items, it’s good to know what to look for, especially if you’re comparing two packaged items and trying to make an informed decision.
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