I'm not sure i'm posting on the right place and I don't really know what it is called.
I just wondering. How the cuurent food company calculated the nutrition information of they food?
In my opinion:
The U.S. Government publishes the Dietary Guidelines for nutrition. I am unclear on how to interpret the tables for Healthy Eating Patterns. Can you clarify how I read the data?
Looking at Table A3-1....
There's no doubt that eating fruit is important to our overall health and well-being. But is there exist general guidelines/directions which should be followed while consuming fruits?
For example: A ...
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