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LS 103: Nutrition and Health
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LS 103: Nutrition and Health: Label Project
Resources for your LS 103 nutrition and health class
Grocery Store Project
Additional Nutrition Resources
Reading a Nutrition Label
Changes to the Nutrition Facts Label
As of May 2016, the FDA has finalized rules about changes that must be made to nutrition facts labels.
How do I understand the "Nutrition Facts" label?
The American Heart Association provides some basic information about nutrition labels.
How to Read a Nutrition Facts Label
A short video about reading nutrition labels.
How to Understand and Use the Nutrition Facts Label
A guide to understanding nutrition labels.
Updated Nutrition Facts Panel (from HSPH)
Harvard says that the new nutrition facts panel "makes significant progress with “added sugars,” but there is room for improvement."
Use the Nutrition Facts Label
Check out NIH's quick guide to nutrition labels.
Nutrition Source from Harvard School of Public Health
The Nutrition Source is a leading authority on food and nutrition knowledge, providing science-based guidance for healthy living.
Government database of health and medical information. Trusted health information for you.
Carbs, Fats, and Proteins
Learn all about carbohydrates and explore the links in the article.
Facts About Monounsaturated Fats
Learn all about monounsaturated fats.
Facts About Polyunsaturated Fats
Learn all about polyunsaturated fats.
Facts About Saturated Fats
Learn about saturated fats.
Facts About Trans Fats
Learn all about trans fats.
Protein in Diet
Learn all about proteins.
Alt Health Watch
Consumer Health Source
Find articles all about various health and medical issues.
MEDLINE is produced by the National Library of Medicine; the original version is called PUBMED (Public version of MEDLINE). References are added from over 4700 medical journals and publications and it includes the years 1966 to present.
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