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9 things to look for on labels

You need to be savvy to make sense of what you read on the nutrition labels of food. Don’t be fooled by clever marketing tactics, and beware of products making nutritional claims such as “fat free” or “no added sugar”; it doesn’t necessarily mean a product is healthy. You need to make sure the claims are backed up by the information in the nutrition panel. Here are some of the common things to look out for to make you feel more confident in what you’re putting in your basket next time you shop.

1 Portion control

Do you struggle with portion control issues? Read the serving size before you dive in. This should give you a guide of how much

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