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Nutrition

Nutrition Vocabulary Terms

QuestionAnswer
Low in calories no more than 40 per serving
Reduced calories at least 1/3 of calories remobed but not nutritionally inferior
Lite at least 1/3 calories removed
Low Fat no more than 3 grams per serving
Sodium Free Less than 5 mg
Very low sodium 40 mg or less
low sodium 140 mg or less
reduced sodium 75% less than original product
unsalted no salt added
genuine no legal meaning
pure no legal meaning unless followed by a percentage
wholesome prepared in a sanitary environment
refined just the pure product
enriched nutrients removed during processing, added back in later
fortified nutrients added that weren't originally in the product
supplement nutrients were added to more than 50%
USRDA united states recommended daily allowance
RDA recomended daily allowance
calorie the amount of energy it takes to heat 1 gm of water.
Calorie the measure of the amount of energy in food
glycemid index measuer of how quickly a food raises the blood sugar levels
Created by: evelynx