• soup
  • I have seen labels on Sour Patch kids as fat free (which is technically true, but they are filled with sugar), labels on margarine for reducing cholesterol levels, labels on soup for being lower in sodium, and one of my favorites is oreo cookies made with organic flour and sugar, printed in green and yellow letters (for the record, organic does not necessarily equal healthy). (caloriebee.com)
  • Products between one and two servings, such as a 20-ounce soda or a 15-ounce soup can, will be labeled as a single serving because that's how much people typically eat in one sitting. (townhall.com)
  • good
  • You will no longer need a microscope, a calculator, or a degree in nutrition to figure out whether the food you're buying is actually good for our kids," the first lady said Friday, announcing the new rules. (townhall.com)
  • salt
  • How do I know if a food is high in fat, saturated fat, sugar or salt? (wordpress.com)
  • There are guidelines to tell you if a food is high in fat, saturated fat, salt or sugar, or not. (wordpress.com)
  • levels
  • I have seen labels on just cereal that promise to boost your immunity, prevent cancer, reduce cholesterol levels, and promote sex drive. (caloriebee.com)
  • particular
  • Percent Daily Value shows how much of a particular nutrient is in one serving of the food based on the nutrient needs of a person who has a 2,000 Calorie diet. (caloriebee.com)
  • daily
  • A study in Food Chemical Toxicology found that daily ingestion decreased sperm and testosterone production in rats, and parabens have been found present in breast cancer tissues. (wordpress.com)
  • keep
  • Understanding what these labels say can be the difference between sitting down to something that will kill you faster or keep you alive longer. (caloriebee.com)