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High-carbohydrate foods include breads, pastries, sweets, starchy vegetables and fruit. Low-carbohydrate foods include meats, fats, full fat dairy products and sugar-free condiments. The nutrition label on prepared foods... More »

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and What's Cooking America websites both publish nutrition charts. The nutrition charts from the FDA are downloadable and printable. More »

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One way to make a nutrition label is to use a label-making website such as OnlineLabels.com. Another method is to use household items for nutritional labels that are for personal use. More »

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