Member Comments for the Article:

How to Read a Nutrition Facts Label

Solving the Ninth Mystery of the World

128 Comments


1/15/2018 12:29:55 PM

IAMAUNTYEM's SparkPage
Good info!
GABRI_CANOVA
1/15/2018 10:39:56 AM

Great article!!!!
GNATRUT
1/15/2018 12:33:40 AM

Much needed info
1/11/2018 9:15:49 PM

GEORGE815's SparkPage
Informative article.
1/8/2018 9:08:21 PM

USMAWIFE's SparkPage
thanks
1/3/2018 2:14:58 AM

SHADOWDRAGON19's SparkPage
Good Information.
12/23/2017 4:50:32 PM

TBRYAN-LU's SparkPage
Great information!
12/21/2017 4:49:56 PM

JWRFLINT's SparkPage
Another thing. The FDA allows a certain % of bad things (ie. mice) to be in all products. Happy eating!
12/21/2017 4:48:32 PM

JWRFLINT's SparkPage
Don't believe the labels always!! I have coconut. One time I asked my mother if the cookies she got had coconut in them, as I know she did not like coconut, but it sure smelled like coconut. She told me "no". I bit into it, UGHH!!. I told my mother it had some in it. She tried it and she said it did have coconut in it!
11/25/2017 1:12:17 AM

EO4WELLNESS's SparkPage
Thanks
11/22/2017 9:42:38 PM

JAMER123's SparkPage
It;s a good article and quite informative.
11/12/2017 12:27:14 PM

LIS193's SparkPage
Good article but use 1-ingredient foods, they don't need a label. The label is used for processed "food"
11/11/2017 7:21:08 PM

MSROZZIE's SparkPage
Excellent article. Good need-to-now information.
11/9/2017 9:23:37 AM

MIYAMO's SparkPage
Good informAtion.
ROCKS8ROX
10/26/2017 10:00:36 AM

This info will help me a lot when grocery shopping!

Comment Pages (9 total)
[3]

Leave a Comment

Article comments allow you to share your own tips, experiences and ideas about SparkPeople's articles. All article comments must abide by SparkPeople's Community Guidelines. Please do not ask questions here. If you have any questions, please post them on the Message Boards in order to get a response.




To make a comment, please Login or Join For Free