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How to Read Nutrition Labels (Continuing Education)

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How to Read Nutrition Labels

1. 
On a nutrition label, what does serving size describe?
  1. the amount of food in a container
  2. recommended amount of food you should consume according to your age
  3. a portion of or all of the food in a container
  4. a portion of food in a container
2. 
On a food label, what is percent of daily value?
  1. general guide linking nutrients in one serving of food to your total daily intake
  2. a suggestion of calorie intake per day
  3. a recommendation of serving size based on a percentage
  4. a guide to the nutrients of all the food in a container
3. 
What is a nutrient?
  1. organic or inorganic vitamins in food
  2. an ingredient in food that provides energy
  3. an ingredient in food that provides nourishment
  4. minerals in food
4. 
What percentage of daily value of a nutrient is considered high?
  1. 5%
  2. 20%
  3. 10%
  4. 15%
5. 
What is the recommended daily value percentage of saturated fat in a serving size?
  1. 2% or less
  2. 10% or less
  3. 15% or less
  4. 5% or less
6. 
What is the recommended total fat intake based on calories in a serving size?
  1. 20-35%
  2. 2-5%
  3. 30-45%
  4. 7-10%
7. 
What is the most important fact you should consider on a food label to determine nutritional value?
  1. vitamins
  2. sodium
  3. ingredients
  4. calories
8. 
How can you determine if carbohydrates in a food are healthy for you?
  1. all carbohydrates are unhealthy
  2. when carbohydrates are listed along with less than 30% total fat per serving
  3. if carbohydrates also contain dietary fiber
  4. when carbohydrates are listed along with less than 30% sugar per serving
9. 
As a general rule, how many calories per serving is considered a high calorie food?
  1. 100
  2. 400
  3. 600
  4. 200
10. 
On a nutrition label, percentage of daily values is based on a                calorie diet.
  1. 2,000-3,000
  2. 3,000-4,000
  3. 2,000-2,500
  4. 2,500-3,500

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