Tips on reading food nutrition labels
You've heard the health tips about reading nutrition labels. But what exactly does "% Daily Value" mean and what's the difference between saturated fats and trans fats? And if two items have the same amount of calories, how do you know which one is more fattening? Check out these tips from A-health-blog.com, CDC and the FDA to help you with your healthy purchasing.
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Check the "Servings Per Container" amount to find out how many servings are provided. For example, this container has about 52 pieces total (2 servings total), but only one serving is 26. If you eat the entire container, you must multiply the rest of the stats by two.