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In the United States, almost all food must be packaged with a Nutrition Facts label that lists the nutritional value of the food. These labels contain important information about the food, including the number of calorie... More »

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Diabetics can easily shop for food by preparing an individualized eating plan in advance with the help of a registered dietitian nutritionist, reports the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The nutritionist works with t... More »

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Nutritional yeast is a deactivated form of yeast that is sold commercially as food. It often has a strong flavor that makes it a common substitute for cheese products. This product is a good source of vitamins and protei... More »

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The protein content in a food can be found either on its nutrition label or in a database of nutrition information such as that provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Protein content is generally listed in grams... More »

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Reputable sources for nutritional information charts include the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's labeling and nutrition webpage, the United States Department of Agriculture's Food-A-Pedia and the Calorie King's food ... More »

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Iceberg lettuce is a very low-calorie food that is free of fat and cholesterol. It is low in sodium and rich in fiber. Originally known as crisphead lettuce, its name changed to iceberg in the 1920s. Use in a salad requi... More »

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Find nutritional values for any packaged food sold in the United States by looking at the Nutrition Facts box on its label; for fresh or non-packaged foods, websites such as CalorieKing.com and the U.S. Department of Agr... More »

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