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MEGAN MONDAY – Cracking the Nutrition Label Code – How to Decipher What’s In Your Food by MySuperFoods Posted Mon 12 Aug 2013 1:43pm Last week, I went into detail about how to make sense out of particular nutrition claims plastered over many foods found in stores today. However, the label we should be paying most attention to EVERY time we consider choosing a food is the “Nutrition Facts” label (and when I quote my famous line, “Read the label!” this is what I am referring ... Read on »
How to Read a Nutrition Label: Your Easy Guide to Decoding Nutrition Facts! by Fit Bottomed Girls Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Jun 2012 6:00am The very first step to proper nutrition is making sure you know exactly what you are putting into your body. Choosing the best food for your health can be difficult when someone else is preparing it, but we have the right to know what we are consuming. This is why we have nutrition facts labels—so everyone can make inform ... Read on »
Nutritional Label Guidance by Linda Posted Mon 01 Sep 2008 12:00am Anyone can read a nutrition label, but do you really understand what those facts are telling you?  Here is a helpful guide to the learning and understanding the nutrition label.  The Nutrition Facts Label is your guide to making food choices while staying within your daily calorie budget. Nutrition labels are found on all most all packaged foo ... Read on »
Deciphering Nutrition Labels, Part II by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 17 Mar 2010 4:48pm In my previous post I discussed some of the key components of a N utrition Facts  label on packaged foods. Here are the other important criteria on a typical label: SODIUM: This nutrient frequently gets a bad rap but it actually helps regulate blood pressure and fluid balance. Research has suggested that a high salt intake may be associat ... Read on »
Eating More Fruits And Vegetables, Not Reading Nutrition Labels, Is the Way to Better Health by Moms Nutrition Posted Thu 14 May 2009 12:00am Learn why eating fruits and vegetables is especially important, and how you can benefit from adding Juice Plus+® to your diet. Reading nutrition labels isn't going to make you healthier. More fruits and vegetables will! While any juice drink, food, or consumable needs to have the proper nutritional label so that buyers can make e ... Read on »
Deciphering Nutrition Labels, Part I by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 11 Mar 2010 4:48pm While I am a big advocate for eating fewer processed, packaged foods, the reality is that more than 80% of the foods Americans eat come in a box or a can. Therefore, it’s important to be able to understand the basic components of a Nutrition Facts label and how you can use it to help you make healthy food choices. Here is a breakdown: SERVI ... Read on »
Top 5: Misleading Nutrition Labels by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sat 25 Oct 2008 8:19am by Brett Blumenthal Recently, US News published a very  interesting article about things that the food industry doesn’t want you to know.  I was SO glad to see someone expose the industry on all of the commonly deceptive tactics that they employ.  ESPECIALLY when it comes to false advertising. Aside from food companies’ obviously transparen ... Read on »
Making Sense of the Nutrition Label by HealthyAging .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: If you've bought packaged food, you've seen one of these before. But do you know the right way to read it? RISA SCHULMAN, NUTRITION EXPERT: The biggest mistake people make is to start looking at the thing that they're concerned with the most before looking at the serving size. ANNOUNCER: Serving size is the key to judging everythin ... Read on »
Reading Nutrition Labels for Dummies by RunningForDummies Posted Fri 06 Jul 2012 12:30pm “You ruin the fun of food,” hubby says to me when I give him the thumbs down on a bottle of steak sauce he was eyeing up in Kroger.  Hubby wants steak sauce,  I try to help make sure he is choosing one as natural as possible, no high fructose corn syrup, no artificial sugars, minimum artificial ingredients.  He was half joking, of course.  ... Read on »
Top 5: Misleading Nutrition Labels by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:02pm by Brett Blumenthal Recently, US News published a very  interesting article about things that the food industry doesn’t want you to know.  I was SO glad to see someone expose the industry on all of the commonly deceptive tactics that they employ.  ESPECIALLY when it comes to false advertising. Aside from food companies’ obviously transp ... Read on »