Top 10 Tips for Reading Food Labels Presented by Beauty Research

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Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, published an article today discussing nutritional labels.

With the observance of National Nutrition Month in March 2014, Americans are being encouraged to think more about their diets and what they eat on a daily basis, but many men and women just aren't sure what they should be eating. Since 2006, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has required food manufacturers to provide nutritional information on standard labels, and this information can be used to monitor a person's diet. The latest article by BeautyResearch.com, Top 10 Tips for Reading Food Labels, provides tips on how to utilize the information found on food labels to make healthy eating choices.

All nutritional labels are based on a 2,000-calorie diet. Precisely what does this mean for those who are reading labels? Should everyone be eating 2,000 calories per day to promote good health? If not, how many calories should an individual eat, and are nutritional labels still beneficial for them? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/03/14/top-10-tips-for-reading-food-labels.aspx.

The top sections of nutritional labels provide information about serving size and calories. The sections are then followed by information about fat content in foods. Why is it important to always carefully read the serving information? How should men and women use the calorie information listed on the packaging? What is the correct way to interpret the information regarding total, saturated and trans fats? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/03/14/top-10-tips-for-reading-food-labels.aspx.

Diets that are high in cholesterol, sodium and sugar are generally unhealthy and can pose risks to individuals who have a high likelihood of developing certain diseases. How can you tell if a food is high in cholesterol? What indicates that a food contains too much sodium and how much sodium should a person consume in a day? What are some ingredients that should be avoided because they are high in sugar or calories but short on nutrients? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/03/14/top-10-tips-for-reading-food-labels.aspx.

Dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, iron and calcium are five essentials that every person needs to ensure good health. What makes a food a good source of fiber, and which types of foods have the most fiber? How can people use nutritional labels to ensure they get enough of these key nutrients? Are these the only nutrients that are necessary for the body? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2014/03/14/top-10-tips-for-reading-food-labels.aspx.

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About Beauty Research

Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The blog includes all kinds of articles related to celebrities, fashion, women's health and diet. For more information, visit http://www.beautyresearch.com

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