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1 tip when reading the nutrition facts label

It's important to first look at the top, but let's focus on a different area.

The nutrition facts label is usually to the back of a product or on the side and sometimes to the front. How to find it? It will be written nutrition facts!

When choosing items, if you have heart disease or you're at risk for high cholesterol complications, ensure that the cholesterol is not close to 20% Daily Value which is DV on the nutrition facts label. If the cholesterol and saturated fat is above 20%, that means that item is high in these fats. This can be dangerous because you would get cholesterol and saturated fat from other foods you include in your day!

Look out for it, especially if you know that your risk for heart disease, high blood cholesterol and clogged arteries is high.

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