You can help your family eat better and balance their energy by learning to choose lower calorie, lower fat alternatives to some of their favorite foods. Use the Nutrition Facts label found on food packages to make smarter food choices.
This example below is a Nutrition Facts Label is from a macaroni and cheese dinner. You can also visit the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Web site to see more examples of the Nutrition Facts Label and what it can tell you.
When using the nutrition facts label as a guide, try these tips:
Visit the Live It section and learn how the label can help you choose foods lower in calories, fat, and added sugar to help maintain a healthy weight.
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