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Reading food labels

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A healthy shopping guide and reading food labels. Take time to compare food labels. Look out for the ingredients list, which are listed by weight. Look at the nutrition panel on the back/side of the product for the amount of sugar, fat, salt and fibre in the food. The per 100g panel is a good place to start. Nutrition claims only look at one specific aspect of a food and be aware that they don't give you the complete picture of a food's nutritional value. For more, see www.safefood.eu.
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Anita Németh (6 months ago)
Recent studies have shown that we should look out for trans fats and not saturated fats.
0b1 (11 months ago)
WTF did I just watch

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