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November 2011 Issue

Suggested Serving Sizes Aren’t Happening

If you flip over a food product and look at the nutrition facts, there’s one fact in particular that’s important to note: The suggested serving size. That’s how the food manufacturer calculates the amount of calories, protein, fat, carbohydrates, and sodium contained in the product. Unfortunately, people aren’t paying enough attention to those suggested serving sizes.

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