Reading Food Labels

Woman checking food labelling in supermarket

Did you know reading a food label is simple? The nutritional facts can be confusing and misleading. So, just read the ingredient list. If the ingredient list seems too long for that particular food, don’t eat it. If you can’t read it, don’t eat it. If it contains ingredients you are not familiar with, don’t eat it. If it looks like it came from a factory or laboratory, instead of a kitchen, stay away. Don’t eat it.

Your body is built to run on real, whole foods. Choose foods made from whole grains, whole fruits and vegetables, and other real ingredients.