Food Labelling and Kidney Disease
In 1994, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) introduced a new food label. The Nutrition Facts Label helps us understand the nutrients that each food adds to our diet. All items on the label can be trusted as true information about the product to be eaten. This fact sheet will help you “label read” to meet your needs on a special diet. New labels have percent daily values listed for a set group of nutrients. These values are based on the FDA recommended 2000 calorie diet. Using percent daily values can help you choose foods that are within your special diet needs.
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About Andrea Holwegner
CEO, Registered Dietitian, Counseling Practice Director & Professional Speaker
Andrea the «Chocoholic Nutritionist» is founder and CEO of Health Stand Nutrition Consulting Inc. since 2000. She is an online nutrition course creator, professional speaker and regular guest in the media. Andrea is the recipient of an award by the Dietitians of Canada: The Speaking of Food & Healthy Living Award for Excellence in Consumer Education....Read more