The label is divided into two parts: the Nutrition Facts label, which tells you how many calories and nutrients (like fat, carbohydrate and protein) a food product contains; and the Ingredients List, which is exactly as it sounds, a list of all the ingredients in the product. Let’s take a look at some of the key areas of the “Nutrition Facts” label.
Picture this: It’s dinnertime and you haven’t given a thought to what to make. And yet, you’re not stressed in the least! Why? Because you brought home healthy foods from the supermarket, which you can quickly transform into any number of easy-to-make and tasty meals. Or, if you’re really time-pressed, you can nuke one of those healthy frozen meals you picked up.