Reading food labels can help you make smart food choices that'll contribute to your healthy diet, but are you sure you know how to calculate the calories in the portions you're eating?
Start by checking the Nutrition Facts label for the serving size and the number of servings in a package. Serving sizes are standardized and measured into units such as cups (and sometimes pieces), which makes it easier to assess the nutritional information.
Remember that calories are usually listed per serving, NOT per container. Be sure to read the fine print, because marketing folks can really be crafty. For instance, the label on a pint of ice cream may trumpet the fact that the product has fewer calories than its competitor, which might make you think you're getting a low-calorie food. But when you turn the container around, you might discover that there are roughly 300 calories per serving and four servings per container, meaning that this pint contains a whopping total of 1,200 calories. For many people, that's enough calories for a whole day!
Checking nutritional information can be frustrating and confusing at first, but now that you know how to do it, you will never miscount calories again. You'll also be able to make changes and adjustments so that you stay within the guidelines of your personal caloric intake. Don't let misleading packaging screw with your diet. Fight back by educating yourself and actually reading the labels!
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