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Nutrition Facts Label

Posted Jan 23 2009 5:03pm

The nutrition facts label comes in handy when trying to determine which foods are the healthiest options at the grocery store. However, many people have a hard time reading and interpreting the information provided by the nutrition facts label. If one serving of a food provides 15% of the daily value (%DV) for calcium, is that good? How do you determine if a food is high in fat? Take a few minutes to develop a better understanding of the nutrition facts label by visiting cfsan.fda.gov.

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