How much is too much sugar? What makes something a source of fibre? We shine a light on the fine print of nutritional facts.
Eat smart and slim down by decoding the nutritional info on packaged goods. We’ve cleared up the facts and figures, so you can fill your cart with the very best.
Concern about what people are eating and how those habits affect overall health — from increasing the risk of obesity (soda) to affecting heart health (trans fats) — has many people considering how to encourage consumers to make healthier choices.
For years now consumers have been educated by public health experts to pay greater attention to the information listed on food labels. But can consumers trust food companies to present accurate nutritional information on their products?
Many of today's diseases and health problems can often be linked to the foods that we eat, and this is often true of diabetes as well.