You are very conscious about the foods you buy and take care to read the label to check for trans fats. But what you may not know is that most of the time your favorite brands might be misleading you with their labeling of ingredients. You could be consuming a substantial amount of this harmful substance. To avoid serious health issues associated with the ingestion of unhealthy substances, you should be able to decipher the label and know what exactly it means. In this infographic you can learn about false claims and the way to read real facts.
The maximum amount of saturated fat you can eat in a day is 20g.
When you read any product as “made with whole grains”, you cannot tell what grains went into it and how much quantity is present.
Most people are aware that the items listed first in the order are more dominant in the product. If you find sugar at the top, it is better avoided.
If you see “zero Trans Fat” , it may not be entirely true. Trans fats are likely to be replaced with saturated fats in most products in US.