Do you prefer your coffee with cream? You may want to think twice about which creamer you are using.
We all know that white flour is pretty limited when it comes to nutritional value. So if you’re looking to swap traditional flour with a healthier version, how do you know how?
The labels on meat will tell you how the animal was fed, raised and/or handled. Discover which labels are the most trustworthy. Find out which ones promise more than they deliver.
It’s important to pay attention to nutrition labels and to understand each section. A dietitian walks you through a typical nutrition label so you know what to watch for and how to make healthier decisions.
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If you scan the Nutrition Facts labels of food at the grocery store before buying, you’re a smart shopper. Knowing the value of your food helps you make good decisions about what you put on your plate — and in your body. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed changes to make the … Read More
A new Nutrition Facts label is coming to a store near you. The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday announced proposed revisions aimed at simplifying the familiar panel, which appears on nearly 700,000 packaged foods and beverages. The FDA updated the label just once since its release 20 years ago. The makeover reflects current scientific … Read More
Don’t shop for groceries on auto-pilot. Take a minute to check out the Nutrition Facts label on each box, package or jar before you put it in your cart. You may be surprised to see the differences between products. Our guide shows you how to make the healthiest choices. Pin this on Pinterest