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NUTRITION FACTS PANEL
NAMES
PRESENT
PEOPLE LOOK
HEALTHY FOODS
PRODUCTS
INGREDIENTS
PEOPLE
CALORIES
SATURATED FAT
FOOD
FOODS
FOOD LABELS
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Nutrition Facts Panel

  1. Use the Nutrition Facts panel on food labels to help determine how much fat is in food.

Names

  1. There are other names that eggs can be called on food labels. (Web site)
  2. These "other parts" are known as "by-products" or other names on pet food labels. (Web site)

Present

  1. Always check food labels to see how much sugar is present as some foods contain sugar that may surprise you.

People Look

  1. People look at food labels for different reasons.

Healthy Foods

  1. To choose healthy foods, check food labels and pick items that are high in vitamins and minerals.

Products

  1. You will not see these colors on the food labels on products you purchase.

Ingredients

  1. Checking the ingredients on food labels is helpful in finding possible sources of lactose in food products. (Web site)
  2. With a little practice, it is very easy to spot these hekhshers on food labels, usually near the product name, occasionally near the list of ingredients. (Web site)

People

  1. People with celiac disease should learn to read food labels to look for hidden gliadin-containing ingredients. (Web site)
  2. Read and understand food labels (for people with food allergies). (Web site)

Calories

  1. Most people will need to recalculate the grams and calories listed on food labels to fit their own serving sizes and calorie needs. (Web site)

Saturated Fat

  1. Food labels also are very helpful in determining how much saturated fat, cholesterol, and calories are in various foods.
  2. Look at food labels, especially the level of saturated fat. (Web site)

Food

  1. Health claims on food labels are claims by manufacturers of food products that their food will reduce the risk of developing a disease or condition.
  2. The Food and Drug Administration has required that saturated fat and dietary cholesterol be listed on food labels since 1993.
  3. Food labels can tell you how much calcium is in one serving of a food.

Foods

  1. You should read the food labels in the grocery store to help you choose foods that are low in saturated fat (see page 16). (Web site)
  2. Look on food labels for words like "hydrogenated" or "partially hydrogenated" -- these foods are loaded with bad fats and should be avoided. (Web site)
  3. And, if you do eat processed foods, be on the lookout for the many hidden names for MSG on food labels. (Web site)

Food Labels

  1. Prior before now, I have not been doing that, but will check out food labels henceforth.
  2. Read food labels and look for foods that provide 10% or more of the daily value for calcium.
  3. See also: Food faddism, Health claims on food labels, list of diets, Slow Food.
  4. Also listed under total carbohydrate on food labels, sugars are found in most foods. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Food Products
  2. Healthy Foods
  3. Food Allergies
  4. People Look
  5. Nutrition > Nutrients > Fats > Saturated Fat
  6. Books about "Food Labels" in Amazon.com

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