Reading Nutrition Labels Made Easy

Regardless of the eating plan you follow it begins with knowing how to read a nutrition label.

Below I have put together a printable breakdown.  I recommend always checking the ingredients first & to move on from there as listed.

Also you’ll see a comparison of similar food, processed vs fresh. Bottom line, whichever food you choose make an informed decision. Do NOT depend on key wording from marketing to tell you what’s “healthy”.
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Now compare the above label with the below labels.

Below you get more volume of food, less calories, less sodium, less carbohydrates & half the sugar. Plus it cost less & preparation time is the same.

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