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Several companies offer nutrition-label generators, including onlinelabels.com and nutritionfactsmaker.com. Several software programs, like ShopNCook Pro and ReciPal, can be purchased to personally create nutrition label... More »

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Reading food labels helps you understand what types of nutrients are in your food. Many packaged foods have food labels on the outside of their packaging. More »

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To decipher nutrition labels, observe the amount of calories on the label per serving size and determine how many serving sizes of the food you consume; remember that 40 calories is classified as low, 100 calories is cla... More »

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The healthiest breads are those which have labels that say 100% whole wheat or 100% whole grain and list whole wheat as the first ingredient on the list of ingredients. Some brands include Whole Foods Organic 100% Whole ... More »

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