Food labels can be confusing. There’s low-calorie, reduced-calories, fat-free, light, and does anyone know the complete list? Food labels are your only resource for healthier food, but you have to know how to read them. The following will give you a better understanding and make labels easier to read.
Taking the time to read labels while you’re running through the aisles at the grocery store may be hard, but the benefits to you and your family can be enormous. And once you find products that suit your taste and health buds, shopping will begin to hasten up again.
Nutrition information is the most important fact on the label. This simple panel of information will help those on restricted diets, especially diabetics and kidney patients, to make the right food choices based on the daily requirement of nutrients.
Do you have a hard time understanding the labels on your food products? If so you are not by yourself. Food labels can be your best resource for healthier eating but labels can be very confusing. Below you will find a breakdown of the most common terms on food labels.