If I was to provide you with a food label from any food in a grocery store, would you be able to decipher it? Would you be able to breakdown the requirements to determine if it would be something you should eat? If you are like most people, I would bet a resounding "no" came out of your mouth. In my latest 2 minute video, I expand on my earlier video about serving sizes where I give the scoop on why it's so confusing and give you a couple tips to easily make good, healthy decisions.
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Figuring out serving sizes is a confusing issue. Portions of both food and drink have gotten larger year after year - to the point of absurdity sometimes - and waistlines have increased along with them. In this two minute video, I explain if you want to become healthy it's important to know how to read a nutrition label for serving and portion sizes. Do you know the difference?
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