A nutrition label on a food product is used to calculate nutritional facts for that food product. The nutrition label includes the serving size, calories, nutrients and a footnote. The footnote includes a table to descri... More »

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The United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Services website and CalorieCount.com have nutrition facts for apples available online. The nutrition information on the USDA website is listed by specific a... More »

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To find nutrition information, search for a specific food on a nutritional database such as Nutrition.gov or NutritionData.Self.com. Most packaged foods provide nutrition and ingredient labels on the package. More »

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To calculate net carbs, look at the nutrition label on a product. Subtract the dietary fiber and sugar alcohol from the total carbohydrates. An online carb counter can be used to calculate the carb count in fresh foods s... More »

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The nutrition label on milk contains a list of nutrients in 1 cup of milk, including calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, potassium, carbohydrates, protein and vitamins. Also included are the recommended daily allowance p... More »

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Some of the important facts that can be learned about a food product from its nutrition label are the serving size, the number of servings in the package, the ingredients and the amount of calories and nutrients in a ser... 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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