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Discover How to Easily Read Nutrition Labels

There are so many nutrients in food, so many ingredients, so many facts to know about what’s supposedly good for you and what’s supposedly not? In this article i'l show you how to read the nutrition label correctly

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There are so many nutrients in food, so many ingredients, so many facts to know about what’s supposedly good for you and what’s supposedly not? Fortunately for all of us, the US Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) created a standardized format for the nutrition label that all processed and/or packaged consumer foods must affix to the outside of their product. So, no matter what the food, you can easily compare its value to you with that of any other food.

There are 3 fundamental areas to look for first on a nutrition label, and they’re all conveniently grouped together near the top, just under the title “Nutrition Facts”.

What is the Serving Size: standardized amount (like cups or tablespoons or pieces) followed by the equivalent amount in the metric system (such as grams). In general

How Many Servings Per Container: Most packaged foods contain multiple servings in a single package, making it easy to double, triple, quadruple, etc. the caloric intake from that of a single serving.

What are the Amount of Calories Per Serving: Typically, a single serving of around 40 calories is considered low-calorie, around 100 is considered moderate, and 400 is considered high-calorie.

Keeping tabs on the amount of servings you take in, based on the caloric intake per serving, is one great way to manage your weight. Another is to balance out eating high-calorie foods with some low-calorie foods earlier or later in the day.

The next step to using nutrition labels to help control your weight is to get the most nutrition out of the calories you take in.

Use the Percentage Daily Value to tell you how rich in each of the required nutrients the food really is. Daily values are based on a 2000-calorie diet. 5% or less of a nutrient’s %DV is low, 20% or more of a nutrient’s %DV is high. Limit your amount of Total Fat, Cholesterol, and Sodium. No daily requirement exists for Trans-Fats (the most dangerous kind), though their quantity per serving does appear on the label; so just be sure to keep them to an absolute minimum. Make sure to get plenty of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, and Iron.

Once you have gathered all the information you need, you simply ask yourself if a food choice is a wise choice for you in terms of both calories and nutrients, and whether it makes more sense for you as part of a meal or as a standalone snack. If the answers to these questions don’t satisfy you for a particular food, then the next question to ask yourself is whether you can find a suitable alternative. The answer that question is almost invariably, ‘Yes’.

 

How To Read A Label

You can learn a lot from a label—what’s in a package and how good it is for you. But you have to know how to read the label. Let’s see if we can help.

There are two parts to every label, the ingredient listing and the nutrition table. Let’s tackle the ingredient list first.

The ingredients are always listed in order of dominance by weight, that is, the ingredient weighing the most is listed first. You will often see ingredients followed by parentheses. Those parentheses...

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You can learn a lot from a label—what’s in a package and how good it is for you. But you have to know how to read the label. Let’s see if we can help.

There are two parts to every label, the ingredient listing and the nutrition table. Let’s tackle the ingredient list first.

The ingredients are always listed in order of dominance by weight, that is, the ingredient weighing the most is listed first. You will often see ingredients followed by parentheses. Those parentheses identify what is in that particular ingredient. For example, “chocolate chips” may be followed by “(chocolate, milk solids, and sugar)” indicating that chocolate is the most dominant ingredient in those chocolate chips. By reading the ingredient listing regularly, you will get a sense for how much of a particular ingredient is in the product. You’ll also identify ingredients that you may choose to avoid like hydrogenated oils, now listed as “trans fats”.

In the nutrition table, you will find the serving size and the number of servings per container. The range of serving sizes is dictated by regulation. That affects everything else in the table. The number of servings is simply the net weight of the package divided by the size of servings.

The amounts and percentages listed in the table are per serving and the percentages are the portion of the government’s recommended daily allowance (RDA). The serving size may not be a realistic serving for you. Look again at how many servings are in the package. If you are purchasing a cake and the label says “12 servings” yet you only cut the cake into six servings, then you need to multiply the amounts and percentages by two.

By studying the nutrition table and adjusting it for the serving sizes that you will use, you can determine the nutritional value of the food you are eating.

Copyright 2003-2007, The Prepared Pantry (http://www.prepraredpantry.com ). Published by permission

 

How To Turn An Old Classic Into A New Seller

You’ve probably heard, maybe even read, Napoleon Hill’s classic ‘Think and Grow Rich’.

What if I were to tell you that there are people on the Internet who are making big bucks selling that old classic and not paying a cent in royalties. Every dollar the book makes for them goes directly into their pocket.

These people learned a secret most marketers haven’t discovered. Many old classics, such as Think and Grow Rich, no longer have any copyright protection.

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You’ve probably heard, maybe even read, Napoleon Hill’s classic ‘Think and Grow Rich’.

What if I were to tell you that there are people on the Internet who are making big bucks selling that old classic and not paying a cent in royalties. Every dollar the book makes for them goes directly into their pocket.

These people learned a secret most marketers haven’t discovered. Many old classics, such as Think and Grow Rich, no longer have any copyright protection.

Without changing a word, one person turned the book into a popular course. Another individual placed the book on CDs and is raking in huge profits. Still another person uses quotes from the book to generate interest in his web site.

The possibilities for earning cash with copyright free books are endless.

Are there other classics like this waiting to be rediscovered? You bet! And many are in the public domain, which means they have no copyright protection. You can use them practically anyway you want.

Break them down into courses, lift out portions and use them on your web site as content. You can even edit them and put your own by-line on the revised material.

There are a few problems, of course. It sometimes takes weeks, maybe months, to dig deep enough into public domain files to find just the right book, course or report. And then, if it is a rare book, you might have to shell out a hundred dollars or more to get a copy.

That’s just the beginning. You need to determine if it is truly copyright free, which will probably involve a lawyer fee. Then you have to scan or type the material into your computer for editing, reformatting and perhaps printing. And finally you need to prepare marketing materials, the most important of which is a compelling sales letter.

Whew... that’s a lot of work. Fortunately, I found a way to avoid all this effort which leaves me more time to work on getting sales.

And that’s a big, big secret. You don’t think that the really successful Internet marketers spend time doing a lot of flunky work, do you? Absolutely not! They know that the profits are in sales... not research, not time consuming reformatting, not even writing marketing material such as sales letters.

You may not always get a top marketer to admit this, but they never do anything they can get someone else to do. This leaves them more time for the all important job of creating sales.

What also may surprise you is that they often obtain these services at an amazingly low price.

Begin by looking around. You may find as I did, that no matter what area of Internet marketing you are considering, there is probably an inexpensive service available that will help you get started faster, easier and less expensively than you can do on your own.

Remember the secret of the Internet’s most successful marketers - get others to do as much of the startup work as you can. Save yourself for the all important job of generating sales.

This makes sense... makes time... and makes for success.




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